Master of Health Administration
Metropolitan State University of Denver new Master of Health Administration (MHA), is designed to prepare students for a challenging and rewarding career in healthcare. The program offers continuing students, as well as those looking to increase their knowledge and earning potential, a unique and well-rounded insight into an industry that is expected to see a 17% increase in employment by 2024. The MHA program can be completed in 2.5 years in small class sessions that promote student interaction and individualized attention.
Our program is designed to develop health care leaders for a rapidly changing world.
- Designed for full-time or part-time students
- 40 credit hours
- Online/Hybrid courses
- 8-week course format
- Fall & Spring program Entry
- No GRE, GMAT or MAT testing required
- Pre-Requisites- Prior college-level coursework required in accounting, statistics, and economics.
- We welcome VA and Post 9/11 GI Bill students.
- Learn from around the world.
- International students can study from their home countries. For the in-class session, you can Skype into classes.
- Attention International Students: F-1 visa holders are excluded from a pursuit of MSU Denver’s online MHA program due to federal enrollment requirements for F-1 international students.
- Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
- The MSU Denver MHA is a value leader in Colorado with a high-quality program at a reasonable cost.
The mission of the Master of Health Administration (MHA) Program is to enhance the practice, management, leadership and policy of the health and wellness industry by educating a diverse population of students, utilizing professional competencies and enabling them to contribute to solving the health challenges facing our society.
Courses Required for the MHA
The competencies for the Master’s Degree in Health Administration (MHA) graduate program have been established based on best practices recommended by the Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Management, the specialty-accrediting agency, and review of other graduate programs across the country.
The student work will be benchmarked against other programs in the U.S., as the graduate program will be a member of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration, which will provide a forum for faculty to compare and contrast the level of knowledge and competency attainment comparable to traditional education formats.
Courses will be offered in a sequenced format on a phased-in basis as the program is established. The sequential coursework framework means not all courses will be offered each semester. Student advising is essential for effective course planning.
Applicants who hold a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in any discipline may apply to the MSU Denver MHA program. All admission decisions will be made by an MHA admissions committee. Start your application now!
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Last updated January 3, 2018