Health Care Administration MHCA
The Master of Arts in Health Care Administration (M.H.C.A.) degree is a 36-semester-hour accredited professional program designed primarily for public service adult lifelong learners who want to refine their knowledge, skills and abilities. The degree program consists of a core curriculum of 12 cognate courses culminating in a capstone for strategic applications in health care organizations.
- GPA of 3.0 or higher from a regionally accredited undergraduate program. Applicants with less than a 3.0 GPA but with acceptable evidence of professional potential, shown through recent academic performance and experiential background, may be granted probationary admissions.
- Professional résumé, including references.
- Two letters of recommendation.
- Completed prerequisite courses with B grade or better in Economics (Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, or a combination course)
- Statement of purpose describing career goals in health care administration.
- Possible interview.
- TOEFL (if English is not the applicant’s primary language).
Master of Arts in Health Care Administration
|HCAD 500||Fundamental Skills for Graduate Study||2|
|HCAD 520||Health Care Systems Analysis||3|
|HCAD 530||Health Care Problem-solving Skills||3|
|HCAD 540||Health Care Research||3|
|HCAD 550||Health Care Ethics||3|
|HCAD 560||Health Care Delivery and Project Management||3|
|HCAD 570||Health Care Managerial Economics||3|
|HCAD 580||Health Care Team Building||3|
|HCAD 590||Health Care Information Systems Management||3|
|HCAD 610||Health Care Leadership and Change Management||3|
|HCAD 620||Health Care Risk and Policy Issues||3|
|HCAD 630||Health Care Strategy Capstone||3|