This program in Catholic Health Leadership consists of two options. The first is a Graduate Certificate in Catholic Health Care Leadership. The second option is a Master of Health Administration degree concentration. For this degree, students are required to successfully complete the core courses, one elective course and a capstone course, totaling 42 credits.
Both of these programs are recommended for health care administrators and department managers working in Catholic health care organizations throughout the country who desire to advance their career and provide leadership in the Catholic tradition within health care organizations. This degree is also recommended for current health care leaders within a Catholic health system who wish to upgrade their skills.
A bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution. Two years of substantive experience in health care.
Effective November 18, 2019, the following courses must be completed with a C or better prior to full-acceptance to the MHA program and graduate course enrollment: a three-credit undergraduate level accounting course and a three-credit undergraduate statistics course. Students who have not yet completed these courses may do so through our online offerings.