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Grand Canyon University – Master of Science in Health Administration2018-02-07T20:05:56+00:00

Grand Canyon University – Master of Science in Health Care Administration

Program Overview

According to Grand Canyon University:

“This master’s in healthcare administration program emphasizes the conceptual, analytical and application skills required to manage contemporary healthcare organizations. It ends with a comprehensive capstone research project that requires you to select a challenge in healthcare and provide evidence-based solutions. This provides you an opportunity to develop a comprehensive research project, plan or proposal that addresses a problem, issue or concern. This master’s in healthcare administration program emphasizes the conceptual, analytical and application skills required to manage contemporary healthcare organizations. As a healthcare administration student, you participate in a MHA online that provides a comprehensive view of today’s healthcare institutions, including models of operation from multiple perspectives.”

At a Glance

URL https://www.gcu.edu/degree-programs/master-science-health-care-administration
Total credit hours 48
Tuition per credit Tuition and fees
Full-time/part-time/accelerated Full-time/part-time
Time to complete 25 months (full time)
Admission requirements According to Grand Canyon University, to be eligible for admission to the Master of Health Administration program, applicants must fulfill the following requirements:

  • Graduate applicants may be accepted at GCU with an undergraduate degree from an accredited college or program that has been approved by Grand Canyon University (GCU), with a 2.8 GPA or higher. If applicant does not meet the GPA requirement, he or she may be eligible for admission with a graduate degree from an accredited, GCU-approved college or program and passing test scores:
    • Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT): 500
    • Graduate Record Examination (GRE): 1,000 combined verbal/quantitative, prior to August 2011; 300 combined verbal/quantitative, after August 2011