Health Care Administration
Master of Health Administration or Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) programs are intended to provide students with the essential knowledge needed for senior managerial positions in health services. The objectives of the program are to develop graduates who are: competent general and financial managers, competent planners, knowledgeable about public health and the structure, organization and financing of health care systems; knowledgeable about society, law and ethics, and competent in quantitative skills. The degree traditionally focuses on health administration at the local, state, and federal levels as well as in the nonprofit sector.1
Programs typically require students to complete applied experiences as well as course work in several areas such as:
**BYU does not offer a Masters of Healthcare Administration, but does offer a Masters in Public Health. Click this link to learn more!