About the MHA
The MHA program at Weber State University is designed to meet the needs of working healthcare professionals wanting to advance into executive leadership roles. The program enhances management, interpersonal, technical and organizational skills and abilities, and fosters self-development, critical thinking and lifelong learning.
Full-time students can complete the program in 5 consecutive semesters over 2 academic years. Required courses are offered in a hybrid, face-to-face/online, 8-week format at our convenient Davis campus, and the two required electives are offered in a mostly online, 15-week format over the intervening summer semester. You will learn from a combination of professors and working healthcare executives, and your classes culminate in real-world projects that make a valuable impact for local healthcare organizations.
Weber State University's Master of Health Administration is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME).
Measures of Student Success
Each year, we measure the effectiveness of our program as shown by student achievement: graduation rates and employment rates.
Of the students who graduated in 2018, 92% had jobs in healthcare at the time of graduation.
The combined 2018 MHA and eMHA cohorts, students that entered the programs in 2016, had a 96% completion rate.