Richard J. Bolte, Sr. School of Business
Master of Health Administration
Building Future Leaders in Healthcare
Our Master of Health Administration (MHA) program prepares graduates to deal with the integration of healthcare delivery systems and technological innovations by providing effective and ethical managerial leadership skills at a time when healthcare is in a highly competitive solution-based environment. Course content will contain Lean Six Sigma methodologies to train and prepare students to the equivalency of a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.
Healthcare is a business and needs excellent health service managers to plan, direct, coordinate and supervise the delivery of healthcare. Future medical and health service managers will be called upon to improve efficiency and quality of healthcare across a broad spectrum of interrelated services from preventative to acute and long-term care.
The curriculum encompasses a wide range of disciplines targeted to the current healthcare environment with managerial, financial, ethical, leadership, and current technological considerations including Lean Six Sigma methodologies as the foundations for most courses in the program. Follow this link to see the tuition and fees.
The program follows a cohort model. Courses are offered from 6:00 – 9:30 p.m. over an eight week period, meeting one night a week at Mount St. Mary’s University Frederick campus. A cohort group is formed each fall semester. Additional cohorts are formed based upon new enrollments.