The Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) degree is designed for career-oriented individuals who want to shape the direction of healthcare organisations throughout the world. Massive shifts are impacting the industry worldwide and creating a high-growth, dynamic field of study and practice. Courses are offered in seven-week sessions, and students decide if they want instruction in the classroom, entirely online or blended with weekly enrichment sessions.
The Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) degree, which is STEM-designated, was developed to meet the needs of evolving healthcare systems worldwide through flexible, student-choice instruction. Students decide what works best with their schedules and learning preferences. They can take coursework in the classroom or online. Even online students can complete the coursework independently or blend in weekly enrichment sessions through video conferencing. The 36-credit program can be completed part-time in two years or full time in one. All courses are offered in seven-week increments. The dynamic curriculum is taught by leading healthcare professionals. All are experienced managers, and many are currently high-level professionals in healthcare organisations.
Career opportunities abound for capable, highly-skilled healthcare managers. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that the role of healthcare managers will grow in the United States by 32% through 2029. The World Health Organization predicts that because of a shortage of healthcare workers, job growth in the industry will average 55% by 2030.
There are few careers more dynamic than healthcare administration. Management opportunities and challenges continue to evolve to make this field demanding and rewarding for highly motivated people with excellent interpersonal communication skills.
Health administrators work in numerous settings, including:
Unconditional Admission may be awarded to business students whose undergraduate business-grade point average is 3.0 or higher. These students may petition for degree status after completing 9 credits with a minimum of a B grade in each course.
Candidates for the MHA program will be considered for enrollment on a rolling basis, and they can start the program at three points through the year; fall, spring or summer. Applicants are asked to meet the following admissions criteria:
In lieu of these undergraduate courses, applicants may choose to satisfy this requirement by completing the course work with Peregrine Academic Services. Gannon University contracts with Peregrine to provide a low-cost, non-credit alternative. These modules are self-paced, online offerings that include all books and materials, a pre-test, 4-6 hours of instructional material and a post-test. Applicants have two opportunities to complete these models with a passing grade of 75%.
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