Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA)

The Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) is designed for students with minimal health care management experience who want to pursue management and leadership positions in health care settings. Founded in 1946, the MHA program has a long tradition of developing students and producing nationally-recognized health care leaders.

Distinct from other management programs, the Minnesota MHA uniquely integrates business principles with a deep understanding of health care delivery and complex health care organizations.

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Advantages of the Master of Healthcare Administration Program

Support. More than 2,600 graduates— executives who are extremely connected to and invested in the success of MHA students—comprise the Minnesota MHA Alumni Association.

Small classes. Our cohort learning model broadens skills and confidence, and features hands-on learning.

Career focused. 100 percent of graduating students secure fellowships or employment by July of their graduating year.

Location. Minnesota is a health care industry hub, home to hundreds of health care organizations and more than 500 FDA-approved medical technology manufacturers.

Highly ranked. Our program consistently ranks among the top three health care management programs in the nation.

Integrated health sciences. The U of M’s innovative infrastructure of six health sciences schools—one of three such models in the U.S.—gives our students the ability to learn from and work with a diverse array of students and health experts.

Accreditation. The program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation Healthcare Management Education (CAHME), the gold standard in graduate health care education.

Learn more about the founder of the MHA program, James A. Hamilton

#3

Master of Healthcare Administration program in the U.S.

(U.S. News & World Report)

Application Deadline

For Fall Admission: March 15

Contact Us

Katie Keyser

Email: loas0001@umn.edu
Phone: (877) MHA-UofM or (612) 626-7349

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