MSUM Graduate Program – Masters in Healthcare Administration – Apply by August 1st for Fall 2014 Start!

The Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) program provides students with the skills and experience to be competitive in a variety of professional settings. Building on students’ existing leadership skills, management styles and current understanding of healthcare policy in the highly regulated healthcare industry, students will be able to dynamically contribute to the improvement of the delivery of services throughout the healthcare continuum.

The program focuses on decision-making and effectiveness for healthcare executives which can help improve the lives of the people they serve or will serve in healthcare. We focus on the ethical and social responsibility that every healthcare leader must possess. According to the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA), “Healthcare is the largest industry in the U.S., and the second largest employer, with more than 11 million jobs. Virtually all new private sector jobs over the past 5 years came from healthcare; and the sector continues to grow faster than most other segments. Graduates of healthcare management programs can find opportunities in areas ranging from small rural communities to large metropolitan and international regions.”

Anyone with a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university with at least a 3.0 GPA can apply for the MSUM MHA program. Get your materials in to the MSUM Graduate Studies Office by August 1st and you can register for and start taking MHA courses this fall!

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