Part-time: The Master of Health Administration online program is delivered 100% online. Students take 48 hours over 5 years.
2 Starts a Year:
Online Format Work is divided by week and students must keep in pace with the weekly schedule. Class activity – content review, discussion boards, and written assignments – often require going online to participate in the class multiple times each week. Classes are 8-week sessions delivered 5 times a year. Students will take 1 class each 8-week term and complete the course of study in 5 years.
Co-Curricular Programs Students are required to participate in 4 hours of co-curricular programming each 8-week session. Events interlude opportunities in career preparation, cross-discipline collaboration, and self-care programs. Activities are coordinated and participation tracked by the SPH Office of Academic Services.
Community Service Students are encouraged to complete 2 hours of community service each month they are active in SPH classes. Faculty, staff and students in the School of Public Health regularly contribute their talents and skills to support solutions for a healthier community. Service work can be completed with current organization relationships or opportunities in the DFW area are regularly provided by the Office of Academic Services. The Associate Dean for Community Engagement will send communications for reporting and tracking of any volunteer activities each term.
Taken over two 8-week periods, the MHA Integrative capstone is a culminating experience managed under the direction of the MHA Program Director and in cooperation with preceptors from a healthcare delivery organization. Under the supervision of an institutional sponsor, the student will integrate knowledge and skills acquired through the MHA curriculum and apply these to a “real world” experience that is outside the scope of their typical work or rotations.