Master of Health Administration

Fall 2014 Deadline:     April 1st, 2014

Designed to meet the needs of working students who want to advance health care careers.

The MHA program will prepare you for a career leading to executive leadership positions in the health care industry. Designed to enhance management, interpersonal and organizational skills and abilities, the program also is intended to instill you with a desire and skills that focus on self-development, critical thinking and life-long learning.

We invite you to look over this site and see everything the program has to offer. You will find an outline of required courses, course descriptions, a suggested schedule showing that you can complete the program in two years, and other important information.

If you have specific questions about the MHA program, please contact us. 

Program details are listed at right. Click on the "Admission & Selection" page for requirements and deadlines. You may access the online application by clicking on the "Application Procedures" page and begin your application. 

 "Measures of Student Achievement"  


Degree completion rates for last two admitting classes:  (as of June 1, 2012)

Admitting class of 2009-  Full time student completion rate = 100%

                           (Full time students normally complete the program within 2 years)

                                     Part time student completion rate within 3 years = 90%

                           (Part time students normally complete the program within 4 years)

 

Admitting class of 2010-  Full time student completion rate = 95%

                                     Part time student completion rate = available May. 2013

 

Percentage of students employed within 3 months after graduation:  (as of August 1, 2012)

Admitting class of 2009- 86% of students had jobs within 3 months of graduation

Admitting class of 2010- 74% of students had jobs within 3 months of graduation.  This does not include Joint MBA students still completing that degree

(The above statistics represent full time MHA students.  Employment stats for part time students will be available 2013)