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EXPLORE A CARER IN HEALTH ADMINISTRATION
AT MARTIN SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE

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The Martin School's open house will be from 3 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 29, in Room 345 of the Patterson Office Tower.

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March 27, 2000 – (Lexington, Ky.) – The Martin School of Public Policy and Administration will hold an open house from 3 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 29, in Room 345 of the Patterson Office Tower to offer prospective students a chance to learn more about a career in health administration.

The Martin School offers:

        Master of Health Administration. This degree program prepares candidates to work in administrative and managerial positions in all health care settings.

        Pharm.D./MPA. This program began in 1997 and is the only such program in the United States. This degree prepares candidates who seek careers in state and federal regulatory and administrative agencies, the pharmaceutical industry, managed care organizations, and the academic field.

        Master of Public Administration.  This degree program prepares students for a career in public or nonprofit magerial positions.

Graduates of the Martin School hold leading jobs as city and state finance officers, city planners, health-service executives, and other high-level positions in the public and non-profit sector in Kentucky and across the nation.

Eugenia Toma, director of the Martin School, says one of the school’s strength lies in its multidisciplinary approach.

“The fact that we cut across many disciplines means the Martin School is able to approach policy issues with a wide breadth of perspectives,” she said.

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