About the MHA
The Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) program emphasizes mastery of leadership and management skills as practiced in healthcare organizations. The full-time program is designed for students with limited healthcare management experience. Curriculum emphasizes analytical and problem-solving skills, collaboration with inter-professional teams, and a deep understanding of health systems and hospital operations.
Founded in 1946, the Minnesota MHA program has served as a model for many other healthcare management programs. Consistently ranked second in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, the program is accredited by CAHME, the gold standard in graduate healthcare education.
MHA Donor Recognition
The MHA program recognizes the generous contributions of alumni who support advancement of health management education. Distinguished donors provide scholarship funding that fosters a new generation of healthcare leaders.
See our collection of resources for current full-time MHA students, including:
- 2012-13 Course Grids
- MHA Student Guidebook
- MHA Events Calendar
- MHA Alumni Association/Foundation
- Elected Class Officers
- MHA Community Stewardship Initiative