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2015-2016 Graduate Bulletin 
    
2015-2016 Graduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED PUBLICATION]

Master of Health Administration


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The College of Nursing and Health Professions offers three options for a Master of Health Administration (MHA) degree (MHA 4+1, MHA, and MHA-Health Informatics Specialty).  Regardless of the chosen option, the MHA program is 39 credit hours.

The MHA program will educate students for leadership roles in health care.

MHA Program Mission

The mission of the MHA program is to equip students with competencies, skills, and knowledge necessary to achieve and sustain leadership roles in the dynamic, growing field of healthcare.  The program’s curriculum is based on evidence based practice enriched by fully integrated research activites with faculty and community partners.

MHA Program Vision

We strive to become a premiere provider of transformational healthcare leaders who positively impact the organizations they lead and the communities they serve.

Program Information

The MHA Online option is primarily delivered online with the exception of three Intensive meetings. These meetings are conducted similar to conference meetings; complete with class sessions, working meals, guest speakers, interactive leadership sessions and students presentations.

Admission Requirements


Admission Requirements for MHA Online and Health Informatics Specialty Option:

 

PART ONE

For Graduate Studies

 

o Official** transcript from each undergraduate and graduate institution attended.

 

**Transcripts are only official if the issuing institution sends them directly to Graduate Studies.

 

o Application fee of $40.00

Payable on-line or by check to University of Southern Indiana

https://www.usi.edu/gradstud/ssl/app_deposit.asp

 

o USI Application for Admission to

Graduate Studies

Application also located at

http://www.usi.edu/gradstud/appl.asp

 

PART TWO

For the Master of Health Administration (MHA)

 

o Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university. Send all transcripts to  Graduate Studies.

 

o Undergraduate GPA of 3.00 or greater on a 4-point scale.

 

o Two years of work experience in the health care field highly recommended.

 

o A demonstrable knowledge of fundamental principles of economics, statistics, and accounting is highly recommended.

 

o Curriculum Vitae

 

o 1 page letter of intent describing why you are choosing to pursue an MHA.

 

o Three (3) professional references (Use Applicant reference PDF form).

 

o Completion of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) and 1 focused essay (from the Essay list) OR 3 focused essays (from the Essay list).

 

For USI to receive your GRE score you need to designate your score to be sent to USI Graduate Studies, our university code is 1335.

 

o Students from NON-English Speaking Countries need a Satisfactory TOEFL score of 550 for non-computerized tests and 213 for computerized tests.

 

 

Please send items listed above to:

 

University of Southern Indiana

Graduate Studies

8600 University Blvd.,  Orr Center, Room 1060

Evansville, IN  47712

 

 

Please send items listed above to:

 

University of Southern Indiana

College of Nursing and Health Professions

Master of Health Administration Program

8600 University Blvd.,  HP2145

Evansville, IN  47712

 

The student’s application will not be considered complete until the receipt of all required application materials requested by BOTH Graduate Studies and the Master of Health Administration Program.

Curriculum (39 hours)


Curriculum for All Programs

The MHA program is designed in a cohort model, meaning matriculated students will take all courses together toward graduation.  The course sequence is based on which option the student selects (MHA 4+1, MHA online, or MHA-Health Informatics Specialty).

Master of Health Administration Courses:

 

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