“To serve early careerists or those seeking career transformations for leadership roles in healthcare administration.”
Our curriculum includes an emphasis on health administration practice, management, leadership, marketing, operations, and policy of the health and wellness industry. This curriculum prepares graduates for increasing job experiences and to be contributors in the field of health care. We believe in lifelong learning and our core competencies assist students and alumni the ability to interpret and solve health care challenges facing our society. We encourage students to seek learning opportunities beyond didactic learning and incorporate service learning and hands-on learning into our core MHA curriculum to achieve this goal.
The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) is an independent corporation that was founded in 1895 as one of six regional institutional accreditors in the United States. HLC accredits degree-granting post-secondary educational institutions in the North Central region, including Colorado and 18 other states. The mission of the HLC is to serve the common good by assuring and advancing the quality of higher learning. For more information, please visit the Higher Learning Commission.
What is a Capstone?
Why Consider MHA?
First, health care administrators make significant contributions to the well-being of patients and people they serve. Second, whether you are interested in working in a large metropolitan hospital, a clinic in rural Colorado, a public health office, telehealth abroad, or aging services, there is a wide variety of career opportunities. Third, health care is a growing field that enables people to make a good living.
Master of Health Administration
Metropolitan State University of Denver