Master in Health Administration

Health care expenditures are approaching 20 percent of the U.S. economy. With the growing importance of the health sector, the demand for highly-trained business leaders who can successfully navigate the rapidly changing industry has never been stronger.

Students enrolled in the School's Master in Health Administration (MHA) program hone skills in business fundamentals such as finance, accounting, human resources, and process improvement, and gain knowledge in health care specific areas including the structure, organization, policy, and delivery of health care; health economics; and information technology; among others. They also gain a comprehensive lens through which they can approach solutions in their careers through first-hand experience of daily operations and opportunities to improve processes. Students have access to C-suite leaders in the classroom and other venues. Each student will also have the opportunity participate in an off-site internship experience.

Curriculum

Preparing You to Lead

The MHA program helps students understand business principles and their application to the health care sector. Participants are exposed to key health care industry concepts including dynamic and complex management and policy structures in the business sector. Graduates of the program are prepared to lead administrations of health care systems, physician groups, insurance companies, medical device companies and health care facilities. Additional careers are open in public service, consulting, the pharmaceutical industry, or in health policy organizations.

Class schedule and courses
Application Information

Who Should Apply?

The MHA is designed for students with a wide range of undergraduate degree backgrounds who are interested in developing or advancing a career in the health care industry.

Application information

Contact Us

For more information on the Masters in Health Administration program, contact us at 305-284-2510 or mba@miami.edu.
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