Masters of Health Administration
Liz Trevino DrPH
Assistant Dean & MHA Program Director
UNTHSC School of Public Health
The master of health administration program is designed to prepare students with competencies needed to assume management positions in health services organizations throughout the world. The 60 credit hour program is designed for aspiring and committed professionals who are interested in careers in health services administration in such settings ashospitals, managed care organizations, medical group practices, ambulatory, long-term care, insurance and pharmaceutical companies, consulting firms, government agencies, for profit, and nonprofit sector organizations.Emphasis is placed on theoretical bases in three areas: organization and operations, economics and finance, and policy analysis. Through an internship and a final integrative experience, students are asked to incorporate, synthesize, and apply their knowledge within both an operational and a community context. The result is an organizational perspective that encourages students to integrate knowledge from a range of management disciplines while emphasizing accountability for effective performance.
For admissions information, please contact Ms. Liz Medders or call 1-877-868-7741.