Oct 17, 2019
Revised Program, effective Fall 2015
The MHA Program fosters a supportive, intellectually dynamic, and diverse learning environment to prepare our graduate students to acquire necessary skills and knowledge to become effective health service professionals, administrators, and leaders.
The MHA Program will provide excellence in health administration graduate education through significant learning experiences, practical skills, and real world awareness beyond the classroom.
The following criteria are required for admission into this program:
- Comply with the Graduate School’s admission requirements;
- GMAT/GRE at 50th percentile or higher;
- A bachelors degree from an accredited university;
- A minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0;
- Have successfully completed an undergraduate or graduate level descriptive statistics course;
- A minimum of two years of professional work experience
In addition to meeting these requirements students will need to submit, as part of the application process an:
The application deadlines are as follows:
- March 30 for Fall Admission
- October 15 for Winter Admission
Applicants who do not meet the minimum standards in one area, but exceed the standard in others, may be considered for admission on a case by cases basis.
International students need to meet the admission criteria as domestic students. In additional they need to take English Language proficiency tests and earn at least an 84 in the TOEFL, with a minimum score of 20 in each sections.
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School of Health Sciences - College of Health and Human Services
Pam Walsh, Ph.D.
Master of Health Administration
Required Core Courses: 24 hours
Research Courses: 6 hours
Select either Sequence I or Sequence II
Content Specific Electives: 3-6 hours
One to two courses from the following:
Culminating Project Courses: 6 hours
Internship (Required for Pre-service students): 0-2 hours
Program Total: 39-44 hours
This graduate program is available at an EMU off-campus location. For a list of locations, please click here .