Health care administrators play an integral role in managing public health systems, hospital networks and health care facilities. Make health care management an integral part of your career by earning a master’s degree in health services administration from UCF.
The 51-credit hour curriculum of the Master of Health Administration* emphasizes leadership, strategic and financial planning, and issues and trends in health care. Classes are offered in both mixed-mode and face-to-face formats and are also offered at night to accommodate the busy schedules of working professionals.
Whether you are a health care professional who is ready to move into a leadership position or a recent college graduate who wants to further your education, the MHA program will provide you with the knowledge, skills and abilities to succeed in the fast-changing field of health care management.
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*Formerly “Master of Science in Health Sciences – Health Services Administration Track”
The MHA program at the University of Central Florida is accredited by the Commission of Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education. CAHME is the only organization recognized to grant accreditation to individual academic programs offering a professional master’s degree in health care management education and is recognized by the Council on Higher Education Accreditation. CAHME Accreditation is the benchmark for students and employers alike that ensure the integrity of healthcare management education.
CAHME Mentorship Circle
CAHME Mentorship Circle status recognizes that the MHA program at the University of Central Florida — in addition to achieving the high standards of CAHME accreditation — engages in activities that help to extend CAHME’s mission of advancing the quality of graduate healthcare management education. Mentorship Circle status recognizes that the program provides opportunities to other students and other programs to advance their own experiences and skills — for the good of the entire healthcare field.