Please refer to the How to Apply section of this website.
The MHA program is fully accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Health Management Education. More information on accreditation, standards, and its value can be found on the CAHME website at www.cahme.org.
There is no restriction on the type of undergraduate degree a student must have. There are, however, prerequisite courses in statistics, management, economics, accounting, and computer literacy that must be completed.
No, but they must be successfully completed before taking the subsequent course. For example, you cannot take Healthcare Management until you have completed the management prerequisite.
No. All classes meet on campus in a traditional format.
For your information, here is a link to a guide for online health administration programs:
54 (18 courses) plus prerequisites.
The Program is designed to accommodate working adults choosing to obtain their education part-time. Although it is possible to complete the Program as a full-time student, we can not guarantee that you can do so every semester. Our typical student takes two courses per semester, or four courses per year.
Graduates assume a variety of positions in a wide range of health care settings. For a better idea of positions and salaries, visit the American College of Healthcare Executives website.
You can contact Dr. Rupert Evans, Sr., DHA, MPA, FACHE, Associate Professor/Graduate Program Director and Department Chair, at 708.235.2131, or firstname.lastname@example.org.