Undergraduate Case Competition
The Master of Health Administration program at MUSC welcomed students from all over the United States for the first-ever undergraduate case competition.
Ranked Health Care Management Program by U.S. News & World Report
of Graduates Employed within Three Months of Graduation
The College of Health Professions welcomes career-oriented individuals who want to help shape the direction of health care organizations.
Join a virtual information session learn more about the Master in Health Administration (MHA) program. We'll share what makes our program unique, and cover admissions criteria, curriculum, and frequently asked questions.
Our next session is scheduled for, Tues. April 7, 2020, 12 p.m. EDT. Click here to register.
“ Being a student of the MUSC MHA program has transformed my confidence as a healthcare professional. ”
Haines Fleshman, MHA Class of 2020
“ The MHA program exceeded all of my expectations. It provides a challenging and enjoyable environment that prepares students to begin their professional careers. ”
Parker Rhoden, MHA Class of 2019
Executive MHA students are working health care professionals who balance their studies with their careers. Instruction is delivered primarily online, allowing students to continue working while completing two to three years of coursework.
Residential MHA students require little or no health care experience, and are full-time students. Classes are conducted face-to-face and we offer many opportunities for real-world learning.