Curriculum Framed By Ethics and Education for Justice
The online MHA curriculum is framed by The University of Scranton’s Jesuit emphasis on ethics and education for justice and is the same as the on-campus master’s in health administration program. All of the essential skills that students need in order to grow and prosper in this challenging industry are a key focus.
The program requires 44 credits and a three-credit internship requiring 150 hours of fieldwork experience (HAD 580 Internship in Health Administration). At its completion, the program is a total of 47 credit hours. Courses in the health administration curriculum are based in the Healthcare Leadership Competencies and cover a wide range of topics including financial management, organization, health systems, law, ethics, operations, quality control, and more.
This well-rounded curriculum is designed to prepare students for success and is developed in accordance with the criteria set by Commission on Accreditation Healthcare Management Education (CAHME). CAHME is an interdisciplinary group of educational, professional, clinical, and commercial organizations. It promotes, evaluates, and improves the quality of graduate healthcare management education in the United States and Canada.
The distinguished faculty at The University of Scranton have expert knowledge in the classes they teach. Our professors create a dynamic learning environment that fosters both critical thought and creativity. Upon completion of the 47-credit hour curriculum, students will be well-prepared to transition into leadership roles and advance their careers in the field of health administration.
|Foundation Courses - 12 credit hours|
|Core Courses - 32 credit hours||
HAD 502: Healthcare Law
|Advanced Electives - 3 credit hours
Choose one course.
For official course descriptions, please see the latest University of Scranton MHA course catalog.