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Metropolitan State University of Denver's Master of Health Administration (MHA), is designed to prepare students for a challenging, yet rewarding career in health care. The program offers continuing students, as well as those looking to increase their knowledge and earning potential, a unique and well-rounded insight into an industry that is expected to see a 17% increase in employment by 2024The MHA degree program is designed for working adults with course completion options including full time (two years) or part-time (two-plus years) and an accelerated option (12 months) if you’re focusing solely on graduate school.

For more information about our program, please request more information above, email us at mhahep@msudenver.edu or call 303-615-1200.

Policies and guidelines are subject to revision.  Please check the webpage regularly.

 

Apply Now!  No GRE or GMAT Required! Please review the required items needed to apply before starting the application. Requirements can be found under Admissions. 

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What grads offer the Health Care Industry

The health care workforce depends on Health Care managers to plan, direct and coordinate all types of Health Services. MHA Graduates coordinate doctors, technicians, nurses and are in charge of coordinating the tasks of people hired to work within the system.

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Announcing: Rolling Admissions

When your application is submitted and complete with all the supplemental items received, our MHA Admission Committee will review it.  We will contact you within a month with a decision allowing you time to prepare to start the MHA program and to register for classes. 

You will have the choice of when to start your MHA program at one of the following 5 start dates:

  1.     Spring First 8 weeks (January of each year)
  2.     Spring Second 8 weeks (March of each year)
  3.     Summer (May/June of each year)
  4.     Fall First 8 weeks (August of each year)
  5.     Fall Second 8 weeks (October of each year)

Please note: Unfortunately, the MHA program cannot issue acceptances to international students who wish to obtain a form I-20 to enter the United States. The method in which MHA is currently offered does not meet the federal regulations for on-campus attendance. Students who wish to attend the program from their home country may do so as a Non-Citizen, seeking no visa.