The Master of Arts in Health Care Administration (MAHCA) degree is designed to provide the essential knowledge required for senior managerial and planning work in the health services. Students complete a balanced curriculum of twelve courses that provide opportunities to develop advanced business skills that are current and applicable to real-world business situations.
The School of Graduate and Professional Studies at Washington Adventist University was designed to accommodate the education needs of working adult students. The condensed program format allows students to complete a Master's degree in as little as 12 months with the flexibility of attending classes two nights per week, or 24 months in the one night a week program.
View the Master of Arts in Health Care Administration section of the academic bulletin.