University of Southern Indiana

Student and Program Outcomes

Student Outcomes

Enrolled MHA Students (by Year) – last 5 years

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

31

38

41

36

59

 

MHA Degree Awarded (by Year) – last 5 years

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

Total since Program Inception

14

16

17

23

18

184

 

 

Program Outcomes

Graduates of the MHA program are prepared to:

  1. Demonstrate an understanding and synthesis of management principles in health care delivery.
  2. Exhibit mature practical interpersonal and group leadership skills, and interact cooperatively with other health care professionals in a spirit of teamwork.
  3. Apply strong critical thinking and problem solving skills that reflect the ability to synthesize logical common sense with a rigorous academic foundation.
  4. Establish a broad organizational vision that reflects an understanding of the trends and issues in health care.
  5. Participate in and contribute to organizational and outcomes research in health care.
  6. Communicate effectively through clear and concise writing and speaking.
  7. Demonstrate an ethical value system and socially responsible leadership.
  8. Intelligently plan career objectives and successfully pursue relevant opportunities in the health care field.

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