Seton Hall University's online Master of
Healthcare Administration (MHA) program is a widely recognized graduate
degree program for hospital and healthcare management
professionals. It is an innovative, student-centered program that
uses a cohort model where students progress through the program
together as members of a learning team.
For important facts about the cost of the MHA degree, the number of students who have applied and been admitted to our program, the graduation rates and placement rates, click here »
Here are some additional reasons why our students have chosen
Seton Hall for their graduate education.
- Our MHA courses highlight healthcare topics and current
- Our professors involve healthcare practitioners on regular
- Our classes are small, with no more than 15-20 students in
- Our 42-credit program can be completed both on-campus and online in
- Our graduates go on to work in diverse healthcare positions.
The MHA program's objective is to prepare managers for leadership
roles in the healthcare industry by providing an intensive,
high-quality, graduate-level educational experience. This is achieved
by focusing on six key areas: Understanding the Healthcare Environment,
Managing Change, Financial Competencies, Decision Making, and Strategic
Leadership and Analysis.
As an online student, you truly get the best of both worlds: a
dynamic Web-based learning experience grounded in the 150 year history
and tradition of Seton Hall University.
Who Should Apply?
The MHA program draws individuals from varied health service
organizations including hospitals, assisted living facilities, managed
care organizations, healthcare systems and pharmaceutical companies, in
addition to clinical professionals and military personnel. While
mid-to-senior level professionals in health care and related fields
comprise the larger number of applicants, individuals who are highly
motivated and disciplined, and who have earned a baccalaureate degree
from an accredited college or university, are welcome to apply for
We are now accepting applications for Spring 2014 (classes start in March) and Fall 2014.
Courses and Residencies
program is offered, exclusively, in learning teams. The program
also requires three on-campus weekend residency visits, which afford
you the opportunity to meet face-to-face with professors and your peers
in the program.
Note: The same MHA curriculum is offered on-campus for
students who prefer to study in a traditional classroom setting.
For more information, click here.
The Internet and web-based learning have changed the rules of the game
for working professionals. Through the online MHA program, you can take
advantage of Seton Hall's leadership in online education to get ahead
in your career, wherever there is an Internet connection or wireless
hot spot. We know the importance of "anytime, anywhere"
education. Utilizing state-of-the-art online learning technologies in a
highly interactive educational environment, our programs are built on
practical, rigorous curricula. We are currently accepting applications
for the September 2013 Learning Team (LT 35). Apply