Master of Health Administration – Course and Degree Plans


The Master of Health Administration program requires students to take 16 core comprehensive courses. All but two of the courses are didactic while two are experiential allowing students the opportunity to gain experience through employer and/or community-based opportunities.

The curriculum is competency-based and provides students with both the educational and professional foundation for advancement in health administration.

Students may apply and be accepted in fall and spring semesters and their degree plan reflects their starting semester as well as their  part/full-time status.

Available courses with their descriptions can be found in the course catalog.

MHA 2 Year Degree Plan MHA 2.7 Year Degree Plan

Fall 2021 Course Syllabi 

Department of Healthcare Policy, Economics and Management

HPEM 6311 – Healthcare Reimbursement and Budgeting

HPEM 5360– Quality Improvement and Efficacy in Health

HPEM 6392– Healthcare Operations Management

HPEM 6340– Leadership Foundations and Strategies for Health Organizations

HPEM 6370– Health Law and Ethics

HPEM 5399– Health Administration Residency

HPEM 6399– Capstone/Culminating Project Experience