ASU Masters of Health Administration Program – Fall 2017 Admissions

Appalachian State University’s Master of Health Administration (MHA) is currently accepting applications for admission fall 2017. The MHA program is a forty-six (46) credit hour program delivered in a hybrid online format. The majority of instruction is in an asynchronous online mode with students spending no more than 1.5 days per semester on the Appalachian campus. The degree is aimed at working professionals, who desire to advance their knowledge and competencies in health care administration and management. Students have the opportunity to focus in either leadership or health information systems, with course work offered on a full-time and part-time basis.

With health care management faculty teaching in both the undergraduate and graduate programs the rigor and quality for which the baccalaureate health care management program is known is carried forward to the MHA program. The MHA curriculum has been developed with significant input from executives on our Health Care Management Advisory Board. The courses are designed with a theory to practice perspective that incorporates authentic projects and assignments in an active learning environment. The small class size and use of digital technologies allows students to meet and interact when convenient yet simulates the face-to-face classroom.

Please click on the following links to learn more about the ASU Master of Health Administration program:

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