The Master of Health Administration (MHA) program prepares leaders who can effectively respond to the dynamic and ever-changing healthcare industry.
These individuals have a capacity to critically examine and evaluate issues and trends and are empowered to influence the destiny of the global healthcare system. The curriculum is tailored to the needs of the healthcare leader/manager by providing content in finance, policy, research, technology, quality improvement, economics, marketing and strategic planning. In addition, students will also be asked to complete coursework related to their area of concentration such as health education, long-term care, and health informatics.
Graduates of the MHA program will have enhanced their management/ administrative background and specialty area through the completion of a curriculum that provides students with the latest theories and contemporary practice applications. Graduates are able to define their role within the health care system and understand how to make necessary changes to create a work environment, which is team oriented and motivating to others.
About the School
When the University of Phoenix was founded more than three decades ago, the leading edge of the Baby Boom generation was just turning 30 and the first personal computers were introduced. The mission o ... Read More