Online MHA Degree Program: Courses and Curriculum
The courses are designed, constantly updated and taught by our faculty, who are industry experts and practice-oriented. The courses teach skills for the workplace. The degree culminates with a capstone course that provides opportunities for you to demonstrate the knowledge and skills you have gained with a comprehensive practice-based project. The seminars and capstone experience ensure your readiness to enter the industry.
Throughout the MHA curriculum, you will learn and apply the concepts of population health and public health. This will aid you in managing the health outcomes of a group of individuals.
There are 40 credits in the degree program and the course sequence is identified below. For course descriptions please click here.
|1||Healthcare in the United States||3||8 weeks|
|1||The Business of Healthcare||3||8 weeks|
|2||Organizational Behavior and Management in Healthcare||3||8 weeks|
|2||Strategic Planning and Marketing for Healthcare||3||8 weeks|
|3||Financial Management of Healthcare Systems||3||8 weeks|
|3||Healthcare Accounting and Reimbursement||3||8 weeks|
|4||Managing Complex Healthcare Operations||3||8 weeks|
|4||Information Powered Patient Care in the 21st Century||3||8 weeks|
|5||Transforming the Quality and Delivery of Healthcare||3||8 weeks|
|5||Data Driven Decision-Making in Healthcare||3||8 weeks|
|6||Healthcare Economics, Policy and Law||3||8 weeks|
|Master of Health Administration Seminar
This seminar needs to be taken three times during the course of the degree. It is currently offered in both the fall and spring semesters.
|1 x 3||8 weeks|