Health Administration, M.H.A. (Ithaca)
Field of Study
The Master of Health Administration program (Sloan Program) is a prescribed two-year program designed to prepare individuals for administrative careers in health care settings such as hospitals, management consulting firms, private industry, government agencies, health care delivery systems, long-term care, and mental health and social welfare agencies. Students complete requirements in health services administration and selected electives in functional areas such as finance, marketing, information systems, and human resource management.
For further information, check the Department Web site
Concentrations by Subject
- health administration
Application Requirements and Deadlines
Fall April 15; no spring admission
Applicants for the M.H.A. program may submit scores for either the GRE general test or the GMAT.
- all Graduate School Requirements, including the TOEFL Exam for Non-Native English Applicants
- two recommendations
- Ph.D.--GRE general test
- M.H.A.--GRE general test or GMAT
To learn about the Sloan program go to Sloan Program.