George Mason University's online Master of Health Administration in Health Systems Management teaches a curriculum that is aligned with the on ground CAHME-accredited leadership program, combining online class convenience with experiential, on-site practicums. Students develop a robust, executive level skill-set combining integral strategic, business, analytic, and decision-making methodologies rooted in real-world, evidenced-based research and application. The program does not require a GRE/GMAT and can be completed in 24 months with synchronous, asynchronous, and field practicum courses.
The evidence-based curriculum is designed to develop proficiency in the executive competencies necessary for future success in healthcare administration.
The content is routinely assessed and adjusted in response to:
Demonstrated student proficiency
Evidence of alumni career success
Purposeful guidance of the employers we serve
Renowned faculty through executive healthcare experience, research, and consulting
Why Choose Mason's MHA in Health Systems Management?
Our online program is a mirror image of the CAHME accredited MHA offered on campus
Online delivery format provides flexibility and accessibility for working professionals everywhere
Outcomes-focused program through competency-based education
Applicants must hold a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution and have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA to be considered.
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
The online MHA program is a mirror image of the on ground CAHME accredited program.
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