UT Tyler

Executive Health Care Administration (MPA) at UT Tyler

Vision and Mission

EHCA Mission Statement

The EHCA-MPA program's mission is to provide graduate education resulting in an MPA degree with a specialty in Health Care Administration to health care professionals working in health care settings primarily in Texas and northern Louisiana.

The EHCA-MPA program strives to deliver rigorous courses in an executive format in which each course is presented by highly qualified faculty members recruited from around the country who have demonstrated expertise through their academic and work experience in the health care administration field.

The EHCA-MPA program is dedicated to providing curriculum content that is focused on preparing each graduate to compete in the health care arena.

Overall, the EHCA-MPA program strives to deliver quality in every phase of the program from the selection of its faculty, to the selection of its course content, and, most importantly, in the selection of its students.

UT Tyler 2009-15 Vision Statement

The University of Texas at Tyler will be nationally recognized as a destination university for high-ability, flagship-capable students. UT Tyler aspires to be the premier public university in Texas offering a challenging and exciting private university experience at public university prices. UT Tyler offers outstanding academics with smaller classes, committed faculty and rewarding service opportunities - all of this at a residential, park-like campus setting that encourages learning. (UT Tyler Strategic Plan)

UT Tyler Mission Statement

The University of Texas at Tyler is a comprehensive institution of higher education offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs as an institution of the renowned University of Texas System. The University of Texas at Tyler’s vision is to be nationally recognized for its high quality education in the professions and in the humanities, arts and sciences, and for its distinctive core curriculum. Guided by an outstanding and supportive faculty, its graduates will understand and appreciate human diversity and the global nature of the new millennium. They will think critically, act with honesty and integrity, and demonstrate proficiency in leadership, communication skills, and the use of technology.

The University is committed to providing a setting for free inquiry and expects excellence in the teaching, research, artistic performances and professional public service provided by its faculty, staff, and students. As a community of scholars, the University develops the individual’s critical thinking skills, appreciation of the arts, humanities and sciences, international understanding for participation in the global society, professional knowledge and skills to enhance economic productivity, and commitment to lifelong learning. 

Within an environment of academic freedom, students learn from faculty scholars who have nationally recognized expertise in the arts and sciences, and in such professions as engineering, public administration, education, business, health sciences, and technology. The faculty engages in research and creative activity, both to develop and maintain their own scholarly expertise and to extend human knowledge. The results of that research and other creative efforts are made available to students in the classroom and to the general public through publication, commercialization, and public service activities. The institution also seeks to serve individuals who desire to enhance their professional development, broaden their perspectives, or enrich their lives.

UT Tyler