Masters Degree in Health Administration
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Contact:

Deborah Peters, Program Director
deborah.peters2@msubillings.edu
406-896-5830

5 reasons to  choose MSUB for this degree

  1. Online courses provide flexibility

  2. Program can be completed in 24 months

  3. WICHE eligible

  4. Concentrated online courses; most are 8 weeks long

  5. High success rates for graduates

This program is WICHE eligible. Find out more.

The Master of Health Administration (MHA) degree program is designed to provide the knowledge and skills required for leaders in health services management and administration. With a focus on rural-frontier healthcare delivery, the MHA is appropriate for working professionals, clinicians, mid-level managers, and others who desire to enter and advance in this growing field. The program consists of a sequence of concentrated online courses, a two-day on-campus Professional Seminar each semester, a Capstone Project, and Internship. The Internship is required of students who do not have a strong background in healthcare management or administration. The MHA degree is typically completed in 20 to 24 months.

Contact Us

Please contact the office of Graduate Studies for information about this program, admission requirements, application forms, graduate assistantships and other scholarship information. Contact us as well for information about any of our graduate degree programs.

Our office is located in McMullen Hall, First Floor.
The office is open from 8:00 to 5:00 (Mountain time) Monday through Friday. Office: 406-657-2238 Fax: 406-657-2302

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