Master of Healthcare Administration


Quick Facts

Degree Level
Master's Degree
GPA Requirement
Minimum 3.0
Application Deadline
April 1
Program Start
Fall Trimester
Admits per Intake

About the Program

The Profession

The healthcare job market is steadily climbing according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, with employment of medical and health services managers expected to rise to 22% between 2010 and 2020, the fastest growth rate among all occupations.

The Program

Our Master of Healthcare Administration produces new leaders in the expanding healthcare market with the tools and attitude to sustain professional—and spiritual—growth. Our seasoned faculty teach students how to succeed in the sector's frenetic environment and conceptualize, analyze, and apply vital concepts to multifaceted healthcare administrative issues. We offer all classes in the evening, with one Sunday session per course, to accommodate the working professional desiring to further their career.

Online Executive MHA option: For those who already have experience in a healthcare setting and are looking to advance their management and leadership capabilities, we offer our Executive Master of Healthcare Administration (EMHA) completely online. Learn more about our EMHA program →

Why the degree? Why ADU?

Don't just take our word for it. Hear what Dr. Benita David, our department chair, and some of our recent graduates have to say about our healthcare administration degrees.

The Master of Healthcare Administration program is brought to life by our inspired faculty, eager to share their experience with you.