Graduate Program Overview
The Masters in Healthcare Administration (MHA) degree is a 42 credit
program. Our MHA program provides a high quality educational experience
that prepares individuals for managerial challenges facing the
healthcare industry today. The MHA curriculum includes courses that are
relevant to daily healthcare challenges.
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 »
Generally a part-time student can complete the program in 3 years. A
full-time student should be able to complete the program in 2 years by
taking courses in the fall, spring and summer. Students generally
choose the on campus format for a variety of reasons; schedule,
convenience and learning style preference.
Many of our students work full-time, have families and other
commitments outside of school. The non-traditional structure of the
M.H.A. program (evening/weekend on-campus courses, online courses and
full- or part-time attendance) provides a great deal of flexibility to
students in completing the program. On average, students complete 6
credit hours or two courses each term. Course calendars are available
to allow students to plan their schedules around courses they need.
Finally, our faculty has an understanding of the demands on adult
students and work with them to meet the requirements of the curriculum.
Individuals who are interested in a MHA certificate option may select
the on campus certificate program. The certificate program consists of
a minimum of 15 credits. To visit our certificate program website
please click here.
The Seton Hall University MHA program is a participant in the American
College of Healthcare Executives Higher Education Network. We are now
accepting applications for Fall 2013.
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