Become a Transformative Leader In Healthcare
The Master of Health Administration program prepares students to become the next generation of executive health care leaders by combining real-world experience and competency-based coursework in an innovative learning environment.
The Master of Health Administration degree from the University of Cincinnati Online features interdisciplinary coursework provided by both the College of Allied Health Sciences and the Carl H. Lindner College of Business. The online MHA curriculum consists of 40 semester credits, including two introduction courses, nine core courses and a two-part capstone course. Students take courses part-time, between six and nine credit hours per semester This program primarily utilizes an online-learning asynchronous approach. Our best practice approach to learning draws upon experience and perspectives in leadership, finance, quality improvement, epidemiology, health economics and health policy to provide a broad-based educational experience leading to outcomes which will benefit the students’ organizations and communities.
Flexible Full and Part Time Courses
The program is designed for working professionals that need flexibility. Some courses are taught in 7 weeks while more intensive courses are taught in 15 weeks. The UC MHA program offers a fast-track plan that allows students to complete their degree within 5 semesters. There is also an extended track plan that allows completion within 8 semesters.
Our faculty are committed to students’ success in the program and are available for one-on-one conversations via a variety of platforms. Faculty provide feedback to coursework and actively communicate to students as part of their instruction.
To be considered for the online Master of Health Administration program, applicants must:
- Hold a Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution.
- Resume/CV of personal, professional and educational background.
- Applicants are strongly encouraged to highlight experience in health care.
- Hold a minimum GPA of 3.0
- Two letters of recommendation that address the applicants academic readiness for graduate-level work, work ethic and habits, and the applicant’s communication and interpersonal skills