Graduate Program Overview
The Master's in Healthcare Administration (MHA) degree prepares graduates for leadership and management positions in the increasingly complex and dynamic healthcare industry. Designed for professionals who wish to advance in their management careers or individuals interested in pursuing a healthcare management career, it draws students from health service organizations such as healthcare systems, hospitals, assisted living facilities, medical group practices, managed care organizations, home care agencies, pharmaceutical companies, management consulting firms and industries that supply services to healthcare organizations.
Reasons Why Students Choose to Pursue Their Graduate Education at Seton
- Our MHA courses highlight healthcare topics and current issues.
professors involve healthcare practitioners on regular basics.
- Our classes
are small, with no more than 15-20 students in each.
- Our 42-credit program
can be completed both on-campus and online in two years.
- Our graduates go
on to work in diverse healthcare positions.
The MHA program is offered on campus
MHA Honor Society Induction Ceremony
On April 28, 2012, 10 MHA students were inducted into the honor society Upsilon Phi Delta by Dr. Anne Hewitt, MHA Program Director and Associate Professor. Monsignor Richard M. Liddy, Ph. D. provided the keynote address for the Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) program's honor society induction on Thursday, April 28, 2012. As part of the Upsilon Phi Delta induction ceremony, Monsignor Liddy spoke about a conversation in civil society.
Monsignor Liddy provided the keynote address for the Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) program's honor society induction on Thursday, April 28, 2012. As part of the Upsilon Phi Delta induction ceremony, Monsignor Liddy spoke about a conversation in civil society. He is the University's Professor of Catholic Thought and Culture and Director of the Center for Catholic Studies. Previously he was the rector of Immaculate Conception Seminary/School if Theology and spiritual director at the North American College in Rome.
Upsilon Phi Delta, is the national honor society for students in healthcare administration. The name is derived from the Greek words for health, care and administration (or leadership). The founders of the society emphasize that health is the objective of our work; that caring is an essential trait of all people in health care and that leadership is the essential trait of those would lead and manage our healthcare systems.
The Pi Chapter of Upsilon Phi Delta was established in 2004 by the MHA program at Seton Hall University. At the May 4, 2011 ceremony, 22 MHA students were inducted into the honor society by Dr. Anne Hewitt, MHA Program Director and Associate Professor.