Master of Health Administration

Master of Health Administration, MHA

Department of Healthcare Policy, Economics and Management

Obtaining a Master of Health Administration is key to your future career advancement and success.  Benefits of achieving an MHA include specialized knowledge and skills, exciting new career opportunities, competitive salaries, building leadership and management skills, and greater networking opportunities.

What makes our MHA program so special?

100% Online with Periodic Virtual Evening Sessions

Classes are designed with working adults in mind. To accommodate working adults and address the isolation often experienced in traditional online programs, periodic, pre-arranged real time virtual evening sessions are scheduled.  These sessions provide real time interaction, relationship building, and student support.

Coursework That Prepares You

Our rigorous coursework will prepare you to distinguish yourself as a professional in a competitive job market. Students can earn professional certifications concurrently while completing coursework.

Great Value

Our program offers students a Master of Health Administration at a very competitive rate.* Depending upon full-time or part-time status, program costs are less than $17,000.  Additionally, scholarships and graduate assistantships are available for students to help offset the cost of their education. (See Student Financial Services)

Unparalleled Faculty

The most qualified, experienced faculty in the region are right here at The University of Texas at Tyler.  Faculty have held executive leadership professions, served as consultants, and currently maintain an active, grant-funded research portfolio.

Access to Strategic Healthcare Partners

As the only university medical center in Northeast Texas, The University of Texas at Tyler offers graduate students unmatched access to strategic healthcare partners.

Faculty Relationships

At the School of Health Professions, you are never just a number; you are always a name. We strive to maintain a low faculty-to-student ratio to foster personalized interactions and meaningful relationships that extend well beyond commencement. This low ratio allows for the maximization of personalized attention.

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