Health Services Administration
Nathan R. Moran, Ph.D.
Chair, Department of Criminal Justice and Health Services Administration
Roe Roberts, Ph.D. MPH
Masters in Health Administration Graduate Coordinator
Graduate Faculty: Fidelie, Moran, Roberts
The Health Services Administration Graduate Program offers students the following educational opportunities:
Master of Health Administration (MHA) (45 semester hours)
MHA majors must choose from among four concentration areas:
- Health Information Management
- Medical Practice Management
- Public and Community Sector Health Care Management
- Rural and Urban Hospital Management
Once the student has chosen their concentration area, the MHA Graduate Coordinator will help them design a degree plan. The degree plan will include the required courses and electives needed to meet the requirements for the selected area of concentration.
Graduate Certificate in Health Services Administration (GCHSA – 18 semester hours)
An MHA degree is offered for those who want to continue to work full-time and complete a master’s degree in two to three years. Full-time students who take advantage of this unique MHA should be able to complete the degree in five semesters. Each course is offered fully online and includes Internet-based discussions and written assignments. Face to face workshops and seminars are offered on campus during the academic terms for interested students; while attendance is optional for domestic students it is required for all international students with F1 visas.