Online Master of Health Administration (MHA)
Make an Immediate and Lasting Impact on the Healthcare Industry
Broaden your horizons in our transformative online and flexible programs
Your path to healthcare leadership begins at Queens University of Charlotte. With our online Master of Health Administration program, you will gain the expertise to improve healthcare practices and elevate outcomes for individual patients and your community. Learn from expert faculty with professional healthcare backgrounds, benefitting from their experience as you engage in timely, practical coursework.
Our online MHA teaches you to develop strategic plans for hospitals and outpatient centers, enabling you to qualify for many rewarding positions. The program also combines business and healthcare instruction, preparing you to lead successful ventures in this field.
Queens University provides a convenient path to an MHA. Our program has no GRE/GMAT requirement and no application fee, making it easier to get started. Because there is no residency requirement, you don’t have to pause your current career while taking classes.
Queens University’s students benefit from the best of both worlds, gaining theoretical knowledge to become subject matter experts while building practical experience for career success. Plus, we structure our online and flexible courses to foster faculty engagement, peer collaboration, and impressive flexibility.
No. 14 Most Affordable MHA1
Complete in 2 Years
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Queens University is a proven leader in healthcare education and excellence, as demonstrated by our:
Participation in the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE)
Membership in the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA)
A Curriculum That Aligns With the ACHE Core Competencies
Our online MHA program helps you build leadership, professionalism, and other competencies established by ACHE. In addition to flexible online courses, our expert faculty facilitate live sessions that prepare you to succeed in healthcare administration after graduation and well into the future.
Some of the courses include:
Analyze the connections between various aspects of healthcare delivery, including the issues impacting health services.
Explore the organizational theory and behavior within healthcare environments, including links between mission and culture.
Develop your toolkit for assessing, evaluating, and managing operational processes that support quality outcomes.
This capstone experience lets you apply what you’ve learned by developing strategic and marketing plans relevant to healthcare organizations.
Thrive in Our Supportive Online Community
Our online programs provide the flexibility to learn from anywhere, and you won’t study alone. We’ll support your success from the day you apply to the first day of class and through graduation. Throughout your program, you’ll benefit from small class sizes that foster constructive conversation and more engagement between your peers and instructors. Plus, maximize the convenience and impact of your program with mobile access to courses, instant messaging, and 24/7 tech support.
Rise to leadership roles across the healthcare industry.
Twenty-five percent of the fastest-growing industries are in healthcare and social assistance2 — and each of these fields will need skilled administrators to oversee teams and make operations more efficient. With Queens University’s online MHA, you can prepare for these in-demand careers, including medical and health services management roles projected to undergo 32% employment growth from 2020 to 2030.3
5 Rewarding Careers for MHA Graduates
- Medical and health services manager: $101,340 per year3
- Executive director: $81,164 per year4
- Director of practice management: $78,611 per year5
- Group practice administrator: $75,047 per year6
- Health information manager: $60,516 per year 7
Preparing Students to Lead Purposeful, Fulfilling Lives
Founded in 1857, Queens University of Charlotte provides personalized education with a global perspective. We offer an array of online programs in in-demand fields, emphasizing experiential learning experiences while helping you develop meaningful relationships with your instructors and peers in our community.Request Info
As a busy cardiology manager at a well-known academic medical center, I was pleasantly surprised with how easily I was able to incorporate my coursework into my schedule. This program is so unique, in that it allows you to apply the coursework in real-time, almost serving as a leadership practicum for the student.– Shane Arrington, MHA, ’21
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- MHA Online. Online MHA Programs Ranked by Affordability (2021-2022). Retrieved May 24, 2022, from https://www.mhaonline.com/.
- U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. “5 out of 20 fastest-growing industries from 2019 to 2029 are in healthcare and social assistance.” Retrieved May 24, 2022, from https://www.bls.gov/.
- U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Medical and Health Services Managers. Retrieved May 24, 2022, from https://www.bls.gov/.
- Payscale. Average Executive Director Salary. Retrieved May 24, 2022, from https://www.payscale.com/.
- Payscale. Average Director of Practice Management Salary. Retrieved May 24, 2022, from https://www.payscale.com/.
- Payscale. Average Practice Administrator Salary. Retrieved May 24, 2022, from https://www.payscale.com/.
- Payscale. Average Health Information Management (HIM) Manager Salary. Retrieved May 24, 2022, from https://www.payscale.com/.
The Queens University online graduate programs are approved for most states in the US, but are still awaiting full approval from a few select states. Please request more information or visit the state restrictions to determine if you are located in a state in which Queens University can confer a degree.