Richard J. Bolte, Sr. School of Business
5350 Spectrum Drive
Frederick, MD 21703
Master of Health Administration (MHA)
The healthcare market is currently undergoing a period of high growth and disruptive change. Changes in health policy and the aging population will require more facilities, more care and a larger workforce. It is expected that the need for Medical and Health Service managers will grow 23% by 2022. Also, increased competition and pressures on cost structures demand that medical and health service managers have the skills to improve the efficiency and quality of patient care across a broad spectrum of interrelated services ranging from acute to long-term care. Therefore, it is not surprising that Forbes.com recently rated an MHA as one of the top ten Master’s degrees for job seekers.
The Mount’s Master of Health Administration degree provides individuals who are either currently in healthcare or possible looking to transition into the field with the knowledge and skills to effectively and ethically manage delivery systems and technological innovations in the dynamic healthcare field. In addition to earning an MHA, graduates of the program also earn a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt thus providing a further distinction of accomplishment and skill.
Mount St Mary’s MHA courses are offered over an accelerated eight-week period from 6–9:30 p.m. on Monday evenings at the Frederick Campus. Six sessions are scheduled annually, allowing students to complete the 36 credit program in two calendar years. The program follows a cohort model, in which up to 24 students are admitted to pursue courses concurrently.
Individuals wishing to apply for admission in the MHA program must hold a Bachelor's degree and should submit the following items:
Average Cost per Credit (Graduate): $590