Master of Health Administration
Highly Ranked Program
Ranked #3 in health administration programs by U.S. News & World Report, our Master of Health Administration program is an “industry specific” MBA program — which means you will have rigorous business and management training while learning about the uniqueness of the health care and nonprofit sectors.
Required Year-Long Administrative Residency
As a third-year MHA student, you will participate in a 12-month paid administrative residency, an opportunity to be mentored by leading health care executives in major health care delivery organizations around the nation.
A Successful Applicant...
Typically, successful applicants show evidence of personal achievement, scholarship, intellectual ability and professional promise for a career in health services administration.
We encourage you to browse this area of our site to learn more about the MHA requirements as well as some of our most successful alumni. Please see statistics below reflecting averages from our past 5 years of admissions. As always, please contact us with any questions you may have about our program.
|Size of Class: 22|
|Residency: 60% in state, 40% out-of-state|
|Incoming GPA: 3.48|
|GRE/GMAT Percentile: Verbal - 64th, Quantitative - 53rd|
|Incoming Age: 24|
|Common Majors: Health Administration, Business, Biological Sciences|
|Other Majors: Psychology, Political Science, Art History|
|>1 Year of Full Time Work Experience Prior to Acceptance: 69%|