The College of Nursing and Health Professions offers a Master of Health Administration (MHA) degree. The majority of the program is completed online. There are three required intensives scheduled to complement the online learning. These intensive meetings are scheduled for August (2.5 days), January (2.5 days), May (2 days). The intensive meetings are held on the USI campus and are extremely interactive in nature involve student presentations, leaderships exercises, and networking opportunities. Students can complete the 39 credit hour program in six semesters.
The mission of the MHA program is to educate students for leadership roles in health care. Graduates will use evidence-based decision making to assure integrity and organizational success. As leaders, they will strive to provide high quality, cost effective, and accessible health care in their communities.
The Women's Hospital
Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center
Senior VP of Operations
|Lois Curtis||Wayne Meriwether
Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center
Chief Executive Officer
St. Mary's Medical Center
Coordinator of Outpatient Rehabilitation
2013-2014 Intensive Dates
January 17-18, 2014
May 9-10, 2014
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