Health Administration Programs

Online Health Administration Programs

Realize Your Leadership Potential in Health Care

University of Cincinnati’s online Master of Health Administration and graduate certificate programs prepare graduates with the real-world knowledge and practical skills needed to excel in health care management. The individualized curriculum prepares you to achieve a higher level of leadership competency by delivering a deeper understanding of the unique requirements of the health care industry. It also provides a focused study of the business acumen you’ll need to successfully lead a team of health care professionals and manage a health care organization. A master’s or graduate certificate in health administration can benefit you no matter where you fit in the health care field.

  • As a Patient Care Clinician you can advocate for your patients by enhancing your ability to make high-level decisions regarding the quality of their care. Courses such as Health Quality 2: Total Quality Management cover: (1) the current state of the quality of health care in the United States (2) approaches to assess quality of health care, and (3) strategies to improve the quality of care.
  • As a Diagnostic Specialist you can broaden your career scope in health care by utilizing analytical skills to help you make departmental or organizational decisions. Health Quality 1: Evidence-Based Decision Making for Managers examines the study of health and disease in populations from a health management and analytical perspective.
  • As an Administrator, utilize your current knowledge of health care administration and gain the skills to help you lead a department or become an executive. Health Systems Management 2: Principles of Leadership provides an introduction and overview to leadership, management, and organizational behavior in health care.
  • As a Physician you can enhance your ability as a medical leader by focusing on the business of health care. Health Care Marketplace 2: Strategic Success introduces the principles, methods, and concepts of three different aspects of marketplace strategic management as it relates to health care organizations: (1) strategic planning and management, (2) marketing, and (3) governance.
  • As a Health Care Professional you can benefit from courses uncovering the full range and depth of the field. Health Systems Management 1: Organization & Delivery focuses on conceptual approaches and techniques needed to analyze the performance of a health services system, and an in-depth understanding of the U.S. health services system.

The online Master of Health Administration and graduate certificate programs offer a unique distance learning experience that incorporates online coursework. It connects you with UC faculty; local, regional and national health care administrative experts; and your peers.

 

Online Graduate Certificate Programs Overview

The University of Cincinnati has recently launched four new health care graduate certificates.

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MHA Program Overview

A full breakdown of the Master of Health Administration program including courses and details about the curriculum.

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Why choose UC’s health administration graduate programs?

Impressive rankings, experienced faculty, a practice-oriented professional curriculum, and that’s just the beginning. Learn why your program of choice might be the perfect fit for you.

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Health Administration Program FAQs

From tips for letters of recommendation, to workload, to balancing your other responsibilities, all of the information you need is found right here.

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Online Learning

University of Cincinnati’s Master of Health Administration program features a unique learning model, which allows you to complete all program requirements 100% online.

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Faculty

UC’s faculty represent many years of experience in health care as professional and academic leaders.

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4 Responses to “Online Health Administration Programs”

  1. Ryan says:

    I am a current health information professional with my RHIT and will be going for my RHIA soon. After I complete the RHIA I want to look at MHA programs. Do you have a large portion of your students come through the program that are health information professionals?

    • Margo Eagon says:

      Hi Ryan,
      Yes we do! A large number of students from the HIM background come to our program when they are looking to learn advanced business, management, and leadership skills in health care. This MHA is well matched for health information professionals. For additional information, please feel free to contact me at 877-398-3050. Thank you

  2. Betsy Ringold says:

    Is there any flexibility on the GPA requirement. I am just below the required 3.0 but meet all other requirements.

    • Margo Eagon says:

      Hi Betsy,

      If your cumulative undergraduate GPA falls below a 3.0, there are a couple recommendations to consider before applying. One suggestion would be to take non-matriculating (non-degree seeking) courses at the graduate level from a local school. This would give you the opportunity to show your recent academic experience and performance in graduate level courses. I recommend that you take a look at our curriculum on our website (http://healthadministration.uc.edu/) to get an idea on what health care related courses you could take. Unfortunately, we do not offer non-matriculating courses online. Second, you can also take the GRE exam and submit your scores to be considered for admission. At present, we do not offer provisionary admission to the MHA program. For additional questions, please contact an advisor at 877-398-3050 ext. 5038.

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