The Master of Health Administration (MHA) degree program, of the School of Public, Nonprofit and Health Administration, teaches and prepares individuals for managerial and leadership roles in the complex field of health care administration.
The program centers on interdisciplinary learning experiences that integrate classroom study, applied research, professional development, and field experience. The curriculum is designed to develop advanced executive abilities through a combination of core competencies and specialized areas of concentration.
- Interdisciplinary. Intergrates classroom study, applied research, professional development, and field experience.
- Leadership. Develops advanced executive abilities through a combination of core competencies and specialized areas of concentration.
- Career Options. MHA graduates are qualified for management positions with direct health service providers, marketing, human resources, finance, planning in pharmaceutical, medical device and supplies, and insurance companies.
The Master of Health Administration (M.H.A) program is a minimum of 45 credits.
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- Master of Public Administration with a concentration in Health Administration (M.P.A.)
- Master of Business Administration with Health Sector Management Emphasis (M.B.A.)
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