Executive Health Administration M.H.A. (Distance, Hybrid, or Online Option)

Field of Study

Public Policy

Program Description

Whether you manage a team in a hospital, work in the pharmaceutical industry, or are a practicing MD, Cornell University’s online Executive Master of Health Administration program offers you the opportunity to learn from top-notch healthcare faculty in a flexible online format, combined with a few in-person sessions at Cornell University’s campuses. Students earn a degree in 18 months. For further information, see the Executive MHA website.

Contact Information

Website: https://publicpolicy.cornell.edu/studying-at-brooks/masters-programs/sloan/emha/
Email: mariya.thompson@cornell.edu
Phone: 607-254-6461

3301 Martha Van Rensselaer Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY  14853

Concentrations by Subject

  • Health Administration


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Application Requirements and Deadlines

Application Deadlines:

Summer: April 1

Rolling admissions until the final deadline, check with the field of study for specific information

Requirements Summary:


Learning Outcomes

The Sloan Program is designed to develop student competency in five areas:

  • Communication consists of business writing and presentation skills.
  • Leadership skills and relationship management consists of leading, communicating with, and managing others; change management; ability for honest self-assessment; problem-solving and decision making; working in teams.
  • Professionalism includes personal and professional ethics; emotional intelligence and critical thinking.
  • Knowledge of the healthcare environment includes health care issues and trends; health care legal principles; health policy; population health and the social determinants of health.
  • Business and analytical skills consist of financial management and accounting; organizational behavior and managing human resources; strategic planning and analysis; marketing; information management; operations management and quality and performance improvement; quantitative skills; planning and managing projects; economic analysis and application.