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 an 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.
Fifty-nine percent of MSU Billings Health Administration master’s students responded to a survey nine months after graduation. Of those who responded, 80 percent are employed in their field, and recent graduates report an average salary of $70,667.00.
"I believe the MSUB Health Administration program provides a unique focus on evolving rural health care strategies. I appreciated the collaborative approach with a diverse group of health care professionals and organizations offered at MSUB."MHA alumnus Mike Follett
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