The MHA program is value-based, competency-driven, and healthcare system-focused.

Program Mission  

The mission of the master in health administration program is to prepare, educate and develop early and mid-career healthcare leaders in the evolving health services arena who will positively impact the wellbeing of the communities they serve. 

The Program focuses on preparing students who traditionally have been under-served by higher education to serve in public, private, community-based, and federal healthcare settings including hospitals, integrated delivery systems, medical groups, and insurance providers.

Program Vision 

The vision of the master in health administration program is to be the premier education program of minority, women, and under-served populations in health administration for developing leaders capable of shaping and impacting the health, business, and the communities they serve.

Program Values 

Excellence: The Program is committed to educate individuals who will become engaged and cultivated citizens to make a significant and lasting contribution in the healthcare management profession.

Integrity: The Program seeks to develop students with strong moral character, ethical behavior, and an unwavering commitment to honesty in all actions.

Diversity: The Program embraces different backgrounds and values different perspectives and approaches to enhance education and learning. 

Innovation: The Program opens to new ideas and approaches in the creation, transmission and preservation of knowledge. 

Lifelong Learning: The Program values lifelong learning for the continuous development of knowledge and skills required by the dynamic and ever-changing health care sector.