Master of Healthcare Administration / Population Health
Walden University

Program Details

The online Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) features a concentration in Population Health at Walden University.  This online healthcare administration degree is designed for individuals interested in supporting preventive care initiatives, reducing healthcare inequities, and promoting longevity.  Students learn the core competencies and specialized skills needed to lead and manage complex, population-based healthcare initiatives and programs.  Coursework provides a foundation in population health, including the role of coordinated care and disease management to reduce inefficiencies in care delivery, socioeconomic factors of disease, new care-delivery structures, data analytics, and determining the health needs of the community.  

In addition to the specialized Population Health courses, students still gain knowledge and skills in general healthcare administration, including those needed for leadership opportunities.  Courses cover the latest trends, technologies, theories, and strategies used in healthcare administration as you develop the professional competencies employers expect.

Requirements

  • A bachelor's degree or higher.

School Accreditation Statement

The Higher Learning Commission

Geographic Restrictions

This program is not available to residents of New York and Rhode Island.