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Master of Health Administration

Format: In person on Armstrong Campus

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MHA Mission

The MHA program prepares a highly qualified, diverse group of early-to-mid careerist students for increasingly responsible leadership roles in the administration of health services delivery across the continuum of the health services industry.

MHA Curriculum

The MHA curriculum focuses its teaching, learning, and assessment methods on the preparation of early-to-mid careerists for a broad range of professional employment opportunities across the continuum of health services delivery. Small class sizes (typically 15 or fewer) allow for significant use of team-based activities as well as project-based assignments that allow students to gain real-world experience while in the program. The program’s capstone requirement provides opportunities for students to identify, conceptualize, and execute a project of strategic importance to the field of health administration.

MHA Core Values

The MHA program values the following:

  • Educational integrity and innovation
  • Community engagement
  • Diversity
  • Continuous program improvement
  • Student-centered educational programming

MHA Vision

The MHA program will become a leading provider of graduate health administration education within the state of Georgia and serve as a regional resource for community and professional development and applied research and scholarships.

Contact Us!

Please direct program and admission questions to:

Joey Crosby, Ph.D.
Professor of Health Sciences and MHA Program Director
Office: Armstrong Campus-University Hall 154B
Phone: 912-344-2657
Email: jfcrosby@georgiasouthern.edu

Accreditation

Accredited by CAHME, the objective of the Master of Health Administration (MHA) degree is to provide the student with mastery of the knowledge and skills for the effective administration of health service organizations across the continuum of care. Specifically, the student will understand the basic organizational, financial, legal and managerial components of health services as they relate to a dynamic and evolving health care delivery system.

Last updated: 6/7/2021