Beginning Fall 2018, the Master of Health Services Administration and the Master of Healthcare Administration programs will be consolidated into the Master of Health Administration in the Waters College of Health Professions.

Prospective Students: Prospective students interested in the Master of Health Services Administration program on Georgia Southern University Armstrong Campus in Savannah for Spring 2018 and Summer 2018 will need to apply for admission through HAMPCAS and select the Armstrong Campus. Prospective students interested in the Master of Health Administration program for Fall 2018 will apply for admission through HAMPCAS, select the Statesboro Campus, and on the application page specify whether the student wishes to complete the program on the Armstrong Campus or the Statesboro Campus. The existing Master of Healthcare Administration is no longer accepting applications for Spring 2018 or Summer 2018.

Program Links

*located on the Armstrong Campus

All initial applications must be submitted through HAMPCAS, a centralized application system.

Admission Standards

Once an applicant is accepted through HAMPCAS, the applicant must completed a Georgia Southern University Graduate Studies application for admission, submit official copies of all academic transcripts related to undergraduate coursework at the time of program application, submit official GRE or GMAT scores, prepare a formal Letter of Intent and submit an updated professional/personal resume detailing educational and work experiences for a period of not less than three (3) years from the time of application to be considered for admission into the MHSA program. The applicant must also have satisfactorily completed requirements for the baccalaureate degree from a regionally-accredited institution, and must also score a minimum of 70 out of 110 possible points according to the following formula (NOTE: scoring the minimum required DOES NOT GUARANTEE acceptance to the MHSA program, only CONSIDERATION for admission):

  1. Cumulative undergraduate GPA multiplied times 10 (max 40 points); and
  2. Verbal and Quantitative GRE scores divided by 25, or Verbal and Quantitative GMAT scores divided by 12.5 (max 50 points). For persons who have taken the revised GRE exam after August 1, 2011, scores are converted to the traditional GRE score scale for formula purposes based on the verbal and quantitative sections. See verbal and quantitative concordance table.

Last updated: 3/19/2018

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