Master of Healthcare Administration—Hauptmann School of Public Affairs
About the M.H.A.The Master of Healthcare Administration program is designed for those individuals who are currently, or who aspire to be, leaders in a variety of health settings. Today’s health organizations need administrators who can manage the current components of health care, as well as lead the health sector in new directions. The Master of Healthcare Administration program offers students the opportunity to understand and master the organizational, legal, financial, political and managerial aspects of health systems management. The MHA program offers a unique curriculum that is designed specifically to meet the career needs of future health leaders. The program is an associate member of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration, an oversight organization of the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education.
Mission, Vision and Program Goals
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AvailabilityCourses in the MHA program are predominately online. Students may meet all course requirements through an online format.
Face-to-face courses are offered selectively at the Downtown Kansas City, Mo., Campus Center each academic term, with increasing opportunities for students to meet a significant portion of their degree requirements through this venue.