Health Administration MHA

Health Administration MHA

Distinguish yourself among healthcare industry leaders with the UT-caliber Master of Health Administration (MHA) from UT Tyler.

  • Flexible class times designed for working professionals.
  • Friendly, supportive program backed by UT excellence.
  • Low student-to-faculty ratio for personalized attention.
  • Affordable, two-year curriculum to advance your career.

REASONS TO CHOOSE UT TYLER

Great Value

At just $246 per credit hour* for Texas residents, our program is among the most affordable in the state.

Unparalleled Faculty

Learn from board-certified faculty with real-world knowledge and experience.

Relevant Coursework

Through our comprehensive courses, you will acquire the quantitative and operational skills you need in a competitive job market.

Strategic Healthcare Partners

Gain unique learning experiences through strategic healthcare partnerships in the region and beyond.

Become a Change Leader in the Healthcare Industry

WATCH NOW: Patricia Royal, Ed.D., discusses the Master of Health Administration degree program.

DELVE INTO FIVE FOCUS AREAS

Measurement & Analysis

Communication

Leadership

Law & Ethics

Professional Development

CAPSTONE & HEALTH ADMINISTRATION RESIDENCY

As a UT Tyler MHA student, you will gain relevant experience and begin to apply the knowledge and skills of healthcare leadership in capstone and health administration residency opportunities.

Our MHA degree offers you an unparalleled opportunity at any stage in your career to develop stronger leadership and management abilities in a field where rapid change is now the norm — bringing you immediate value. In fact, medical and health services management is one of the fastest growing professions, with a projected nationwide growth of 20% through 2026, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

MEET THE CHALLENGES OF TODAY’S INDUSTRY

Where can UT Tyler’s MHA take you? Explore your career opportunities, and meet the challenges of the evolving health industry.

  • Hospitals & physician practices
  • Healthcare systems
  • Local health departments
  • Health-related, nonprofit organizations
  • Rehabilitation & specialty facilities
  • Health insurance organizations
  • Local mental health authorities
  • Nursing homes & elder care facilities
  • Consulting firms
  • Healthcare management companies
  • Educational organizations
  • Healthcare policy organizations

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*Based on 2018-19 tuition data. Texas resident, full-time enrollment. Tuition and fees are assessed each semester and are based on the number of credit hours in which students enroll. Tuition and fees are subject to change at any time without notice.