Master of Health Administration (MHA)
Become a leader who affects meaningful change to impact our health systems and outcomes.
Whether serving in a hospital, medical group practice, government agency, non-profit or corporate environment, use your professional skills to benefit patients and the community. When problems arise, use your skill-set to help bring the right solution to bear. Data may direct you to the right opportunity to affect change. People will energize you and you will enjoy that chance to bring out your team’s best traits.
Join us at the UNT Health Science Center, a graduate only campus in the center of Fort Worth, Texas. Here you’ll bond with a small cohort of like-minded students, complete a rigorous program in just 2 years and launch a lifelong career.
Due to the unprecedented challenges created by the current Covid-19 pandemic the UNTHSC School of Public Health is amending its application requirements for the remainder of the Fall 2020 cycle. Students submitting applications to be considered for Summer 2020 online programs or Fall 2020 online and on-campus programs can review amendments to our admissions requirements by clicking on the button below:
Mission, Vision and Values
About the Program
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Application Deadlines and Timeline
Cost, Scholarship, & Financial Aid
MHA Frequently Asked Questions
|MHA Completion Rates||MHA Employment Rates||
Average Admitted Student Profile: Fall 2019
|2018 – 2019 = 92%||2019 – 2019 = 82%||UG GPA: 3.40|
|2017 – 2018 = 86%||2017 – 2018 = 90%||GRE Verbal: 63%|
|2016 – 2017 = 76%||2016 – 2017 = 90%||GRE Quantitative: 46%|
|GRE Writing: 56%|
The UNT Health Science Center School of Public Health is accredited by both the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education and the Council on Education for Public Health.
This page was last modified on June 25, 2020