Master of Health Administration - Traditional
The Master of Health Administration (MHA) trains future administrators to follow a productive and rewarding career in the healthcare industry. Highly regulated, healthcare continuously changes and makes a difference in people’s lives like no other profession. Future health administrators from this program will learn how to be adept at interpreting regulations to continually changing events and circumstances within this booming industry.
The MHA degree is fully accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).
The MHA program consists of foundation courses, core courses, electives, and an internship that is required of most students. Learn more about the MHA curriculum.
Certificate in Health Administration
Graduate students can earn a Certificate in Health Administration by taking four courses listed here.
Graduate students must first apply as a Non-Degree Seeking Student and register for course(s) during the appropriate dates assigned by the Registrar's Office. Student should contact a graduate academic advisor for assistance. *Note: if a student chooses the Certificate option, the courses used to earn the Certificate cannot later be counted toward a Master of Health Administration degree.