Online Learning

Learn Without Limits

Designed to serve working health care professionals, the Master of Health Administration and graduate certificate programs offer the best of distance learning, allowing you to complete your degree 100% online. This approach allows you to continue your personal and professional commitments while you learn.


The online component of the programs generally follow an asynchronous educational method which does not require you to be online at any specific time. Instructors assign lessons and coursework that will need to be completed during an established window of time. This flexibility allows you to continue your life and work as you normally would while fitting school into your schedule. Your coursework can be done at a time that’s right for you. All of the coursework for University of Cincinnati’s online health administration programs are completed through Blackboard, the online learning environment.

Blackboard features lectures, assessments, discussion boards, messaging and chat. You can interact with faculty and staff as well as the other students in your class in real time or by leaving messages.

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4 Responses to “Online Learning”

  1. Phoebe Long says:

    Although this program is online, do you have to live in Cincinnati?

    • Margo Eagon says:

      Hi Phoebe, thank you for your question. You do not need to live in Cincinnati to complete the program. You just need a computer, reliable internet connection, and dedication to complete the program! Please feel free to contact an Enrollment Advisor for additional information at 877-398-3050.

  2. Bose. A. says:

    How many credit hours does one need to finish the program.

    • Margo Eagon says:

      Hi Bose,

      Thank you for your question. The MHA program requires a minimum of 42 credit hours to graduate. For further details, please feel free to contact an advisor at 877-398-3050 ext. 5038.

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