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Master of Health Administration in Health Care Administration

Program Details

The online MHA in Health Care Administration focuses on the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in a variety of health care leadership positions. The Health Care environment offers aspiring managers and professionals an exceptional opportunity to offer meaningful and valued contributions in guiding health care transformation and reform. This unique accelerated program offers applied research and best practices to develop students into competent and articulate change agents. Through integrating management, applied theory, and continuum of care best practices the experienced faculty guide your leadership development through meaningful case studies, valued project work, learning forums, critical thinking and analysis of best practices.

This 36-credit online master’s program prepares mid-level professionals for some of the most challenging new roles in today's rapidly changing managed care environment. This progressive program is designed for leaders and aspiring leaders who desire to guide Heath Care organizational principles, and leadership strategies in health service delivery.

Please note: In some states such as New York, the curriculum meets the course requirements for Nursing Home Administrator licensure. Potential applicants should check with their states' licensing agency or contact an Admissions Representative to verify the necessary coursework. Faculty advisers are available to work with students to offer guidance, and help students meet the academic requirements of this field.

Requirements

The Health Care Administration Program requires online attendance in four Synchronous Residencies.

  • Must hold a bachelor’s degree or equivalent
  • GPA of 3.0 or above (Applicants with below the 3.0 GPA may be admitted at the discretion of the department.)
  • Official transcripts
  • Resume
  • Personal statement
  • 3 letters of recommendation

Accreditation & Licensing

Middle States Commission on Higher Education