Health Services Administration Records (20-150)

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Descriptive Summary

Collection Title: University Department Records

Series Title: Health Services Administration Records

Collection Number: 20

Series Number: 150

Extent: 1 letter size box; 0.5 linear feet

Abstract: The Health Services Administration Records contain materials from the Health Services Administration department. The HSA graduate program is a flexible degree program that allows students to further their education and expand on their knowledge of the field. The materials include class schedule pamphlets, promotional brochures, and catalogs.

History: In 1978, a proposal and survey conducted by F. William Kelley, Jr. and the Advisory Committee gaged the interest level for a Health Services program. This survey aided in determining whether the program would be beneficial to the students in furthering their education. The Health Services Administration (HSA) graduate program was approved and began in Fall 1980. The program proved to be very convenient yet vigorous because it ran three semesters a year (fall, spring, and summer). Online classes, once a week meetings, or six all day Saturday sessions during 14 weeks per semester were all options. The HSA graduate program improved the abilities of students within this area of healthcare while providing networking opportunities due to the favorable learning environment.

Physical Location: LG12 - Section 16 - Shelf 4

Language: English

Processor: Adjo Tameklo, Archives Student Worker

Administrative Information

Restrictions on use and reproduction:All rights held by the University of St. Francis. For permission to reproduce, distribute or oTherwise use materials, please contact Archives Staff.

Restrictions on access:None

Provenance/ Source of Acquisition:Unknown

Scope and Content Note

Types of material: The Health Services Administration Records consists of several materials including course catalogs, brochures, and pamphlets from different years, as well as, correspondence between the Health Service Administration Advisory Committee and university President Dr. James A. Doppke. It also includes a graduate program proposal for Health Services Administration along with surveys.

Dates: 1985-2005     Bulk Dates: 1990-2001

Container Listing

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