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Master's of Healthcare Administration

 Master of Healthcare Administration Degree

 Fully Online

Accelerate Your Healthcare Career

Our fully online Master's of Healthcare Administration (MHA) degree program is designed to meet the needs of today’s healthcare leadership. In our MHA program, you will develop the extensive expertise needed to build a career as a leader in the healthcare industry.

  • Earn your degree in just two years.
  • All classes offered fully online.
  • Work closely with our highly-experienced faculty.
  • Complete a specialized capstone project in a healthcare setting of your choice.
  • Move your career as a healthcare leader forward.
Oct13
Master's of Healthcare Administration Information Session

Discover how a Master's of Healthcare Administration degree will strengthen your depth of knowledge and advance your career forward.

Join us virtually on October 13 at 5 p.m. EST to meet with the MHA program coordinator to learn about next steps.

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Nov1
Master's of Healthcare Administration Information Session

Discover how a Master's of Healthcare Administration degree will strengthen your depth of knowledge and advance your career forward.

Join us virtually on November 1 at 5 p.m. EST to meet with the MHA program coordinator to learn about next steps.

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Schedule a virtual one-on-one appointment with our Master's of Healthcare Administration advisor.

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Career Opportunities

The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects employment opportunities for medical and health services managers to increase by 32% during the period from 2019 to 2029, much faster than most occupations. The national median wage is $100,980 per year.

The term health services manager encompasses individuals in many different positions, including healthcare executives and administrators who plan, organize, coordinate, and supervise the delivery of health care. These individuals lead change that aligns with current healthcare laws and regulations, as well as current trends in technology and services models to meet the needs of the community(s) they serve.  Health services managers include both generalists (administrators who manage or help to manage an entire facility or system), and health specialists (managers in charge of specific departments or services found only in the health care industry), and executives (administrators responsible for healthcare delivery systems, or the divisions within healthcare delivery healthcare systems).