To be the preeminent education program in health administration for developing leaders capable of transformative response to a continuously evolving healthcare environment—positively shaping and impacting the health of the communities they serve.
The mission of the Master in Health Administration program is to educate and develop future healthcare leaders who are capable of functioning in a wide variety of public, private and federal healthcare settings including but not limited to hospitals, integrated delivery systems, medical groups, insurance providers and long-term care organizations. Delivered in an evening, cohort-based format, the program offers the opportunity for both working and non-working students to complete their degree. The program provides values-based, competency-driven and experientially-oriented management education that produces complex thinkers who are able to conceptualize, critically analyze and compellingly communicate. As part of a faith based institution, the program strives to develop healthcare administrators who are effective collaborators motivated by a spirit of commitment to the healthcare profession and a genuine compassion for others. Utilizing faculty with extensive operational experience, and a strong focus on innovative teaching and multi-disciplinary scholarship, the program exposes students to a wide range of contemporary healthcare management perspectives. Upon completion of the program students are prepared to engage and positively impact the communities in which they serve.