The 42-credit MHA program provides a challenging and unique curriculum. It embraces theoretical, as well as contemporary practical applications of dynamic healthcare leadership and management. The MHA curriculum prepares students for career advancement by providing in-depth application of contemporary health policy and health management issues and situations. MHA students and alumni apply their newly acquired knowledge immediately.
Sample Curriculum for a Full Time Student (on-campus)
||Research Methods and Statistical Analysis
||Financial Management and Control
||Introduction to Healthcare Systems
||Managing Community Health Systems
||Managing Emergency Preparedness and Health Security
||Strategic Planning and Marketing in Healthcare Organizations
||Healthcare Financial Management and Accounting
||Human Resources and Legal Aspects of Healthcare Organizations
||Quality and Information Management Systems
||Ethics in Healthcare
||Topics in Management and Policy Science: Leadership Institute
|Applied Research and Practice Capstone Experience
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Note: Part-time students select one to two courses a semester in consultation with their academic adviser.
The "PSMA" course designation has been changed to "HCAD" as of fall 2011.