The curriculum of the fully online MHA Program is designed to meet the growing need for health managers with competency in population health concepts, and experts in population health with an understanding of health management principles. As the demand for high quality health managers grows, it is essential that health management professionals are able to articulate and apply managerial competencies that promote healthy populations. The MHA Program guides students to make connections and assess the intersection of these critical fields of study.
The MHA Program is a total of 51 credits and may be completed in two years with full-time enrollment. Part-time enrollment is permitted as well. Part-time students may take classes at their own pace within a 5-year maximum time frame.
The MHA Program courses are delivered entirely online:
HPA 508 Human Resources Management in the Health Sector (3 credits)
HPA 510 Health Finance and Accounting (3 credits)
HPA 536 Health Law and Compliance (3 credits)
HPA 541 Health Strategic Planning and Management (3 credits)
HPA 542 Health Leadership and Change (Capstone) (3 credits)
HPA 564 Health Quality and Information Systems Management (3 credits)
HPA 575 Long-Term Care in the Health Sector (3 credits)
HPA 586 Health Management Professionalism and Ethics (3 credits)
HPA 599 Physician Practice Management (3 credits)
HPA 530 Health Operations Management* (3 credits)
HPA 520 Health Governance and Organizational Analysis* (3 credits)
HPH 529 Fundamentals of Health Management (3 credits)
HPH 585 Introduction to Biostatistics and Epidemiology* (3 credits)
HPH 508 Health Systems Performance (3 credits)
HPH 523 Social & Behavioral Determinants of Health (3 credits)
HPH 527 Health Economics and Policy (3 credits)
HPA 580 Integrative Experience (3 credits). This course is conducted online with on-site requirements at the healthcare organization of your choice.
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*HPH 585, HPA 530, and HPA 520 are required courses beginning with Fall 2020 enrollment. Students who enrolled in Fall 2019 may take HPH 506, HPH 514, and HPH 500 (in-person courses) according to original study plan, if desired.