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Optimize your future by investing in yourself at CNU, where we strive to deliver the best graduate healthcare management education in the field.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that over 4 million healthcare jobs will be added through 2026, making it the fastest growing professional field. Healthcare is currently 18% of the U.S. gross domestic product (GDP).
What is an MHA?
Graduates with a Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) degree are prepared with the healthcare industry knowledge and integrated management skills required to pursue potential leadership positions in hospital or healthcare facilities, Bio-Pharma, Health-Tech, Consulting, Government Agencies, or Insurance organizations.
Our MHA Degree Competencies
HLA Competencies were defined by the Healthcare Leadership Alliance (HLA) , the nation’s premier professional organization that together represent more than 140,000 members across the major healthcare management sectors. They defined five domains integral to the healthcare sector. We have embedded these domains into our program learning outcomes in order to produce well-rounded leaders that will contribute ethically and responsibly to society.
1. Business skills and knowledge. Summarize and evaluate foundational business functions and management theories.
2. Knowledge of the healthcare environment.
Evaluate healthcare delivery models and stakeholders.
Explore and evaluate the role of leadership and ethics in healthcare management.
4. Communication and relationship management.
Incorporate critical thinking and optimal decision making skills to produce an integrated analysis that enhances healthcare management.
Evaluate the role of healthcare delivery as it relates to individual and organizational differences.
Classes are delivered in a hybrid format with one-course at a time over 5-week blocks. Our hybrid model offers flexibility to students from within and outside the greater Sacramento region with a convenient schedule to balance your commitments. Students will complete 39-units (13 courses) in two academic years.
We offer small-class sizes centered around focused student learning experiences. We believe the cohort environment fosters cameraderie and life-long bonds. Cohorts include students from various backgrounds in healthcare or those aspiring to enter the field. We admit approximately 35 students per intake.