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Master of Health Administration

“This program can be as life-changing for you as it was for me. Getting your master’s degree is not easy, but the hard work will be worth having more control of your professional future.”

– Trenisha Rush ’22 MHA, Clinical Flow Manager, Atrium Health

Meet Our Program: Comprehensive Curriculum, Accessible, Flexible & Affordable

Eager to immerse yourself in the business of healthcare? The Queens Master of Health Administration degree offers you an in-depth education in the management and operations of healthcare organizations, preparing you to lead ethically and effectively in pursuit of strategic and operational goals. Our knowledgeable faculty work in healthcare administration and bring their expertise and experience into the classroom.

Comprehensive Curriculum. Our curriculum spans a wide range of topics, including financial management, quality improvement, healthcare law and ethics, and strategic planning, and our courses provide you with strong theoretical knowledge and applied skills to promote your learning and growth.

Accessible & Career-Focused. Our program is designed to serve both current and aspiring healthcare leaders, meaning no prior healthcare experience is required for admission. Many of our graduates go on to serve in senior leadership roles at some of the nation’s largest and most prestigious healthcare institutions. Another bonus: No GRE/GMAT necessary.

Flexible & Affordable. Our program is 100% online, allowing you to complete your coursework on your own time, at your own pace. Weekly online sessions allow you to interact with other students and faculty.

Program Highlights

  • Number of credits: 36 credit hours
  • Number of courses needed to graduate: 12
  • Average completion time: 24 months
  • Cost per credit: $900
  • Total tuition: $32,400
  • Flexible Program: Online
  • No GRE/GMAT required
  • Ranked 19th for affordability by MHA Online

Your Degree in Action

A Queens MHA degree will provide you with an in-depth understanding of the business of healthcare, allowing you to consider diverse job opportunities in a variety of settings, including hospitals, nursing homes, private clinics, group medical practices, and outpatient facilities. Those with an MHA degree may go on to career titles such as chief operating officer, VP of administration, chief nurse executive, director of practice management, health information manager, and other high-level positions.

Selected Courses

Financial Management (MHA 600): This course focuses on the accounting and financial management principles relevant to healthcare. You’ll get a graduate-level introduction to budgeting, cost determination, and reimbursement in healthcare settings.

Health Care Law and Ethics (MHA 645): You’ll explore the legal, political, social, and ethical issues encountered by healthcare professionals and organizations. Topics include government regulation of healthcare providers, patient consent, human reproduction, privacy, and more.

Health Care Information Systems (MHA 650): This course provides an overview of various types, uses, and trends of health information technology. You’ll develop an understanding of the systems and the use of health information that’s used to assist with corporate strategy, project management, population health, and patient care.

Strategic Planning and Marketing for Health Care Organizations (MHA 680): This course is designed to provide you with the capstone opportunity to apply the theories, models, and techniques acquired in preceding courses. You’ll write both strategic and marketing plans for an organization that includes human resources, financial planning, and other responses to mission, market, and community needs.

Student Highlights

“Working in the healthcare industry for over 18 years as an African American female clinician, I have seen what makes healthcare great and some of the things that can be improved. After being frustrated and wanting to be a voice for the patients and teammates who don’t have a voice, I challenged myself to get an MHA degree. This program can be as life-changing for you as it was for me. Getting your master’s degree is not easy but the hard work will be worth having more control of your professional future.”

– Trenisha Rush ’22 MHA, Clinical Flow Manager, Atrium Health

“In order to be the most effective leader I can be, it was essential for me to pursue my MHA; I am so glad that I made the decision to take my MHA journey through Queens University of Charlotte. I have been able to apply this coursework directly to my leadership skillset.”

– Shane Arrington ’22 MHA, Enterprise Director, Emory Healthcare

Program Contact

Maureen Walsh Koricke

Maureen Walsh Koricke, Ph.D., FACHE
MHA Program Director
Associate Professor of Health Administration

Alexa LaRocca

Alexa LaRocca
Graduate Recruiter

Meet Your Professors

Other Program Information

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The Queens MHA Program is an Associate member of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA).

The Queens MHA Program is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) Higher Education Network (HEN).

Queens MHA Advisory Board

The Queens MHA Advisory Board involves practitioners, students, and alumni in program development, decision-making, and evaluation. Our MHA Advisory Board includes:

  • Bernie Washington, Novant Health
  • Jason Byrd, Atrium Health
  • Jeanne Leising, Health Services
  • Kerstin Liebner, Vizient
  • Tina Galloway, Optum
  • Shane Arrington, Emory Healthcare, Alumni
  • Ashley Acken, Duke University Health System, Alumni
  • Ashley Johnson, Abbott, MHA Student, Year 2
  • Danielle Foster, Novant Health, MHA Student, Year 1

MHA Program Data

Retention Rate


Employed within 90 days after graduation


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