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Prospective Students

The Sloan Program in Health Administration’s Master of Health Administration (MHA) degree prepares future leaders in health management with the knowledge and skills in management, health care organization, policy and public health to manage health care organizations and promote quality, access, efficiency and innovation in health care delivery and financing.

The program curriculum combines rigorous coursework with a robust practical training component which includes a required summer internship, colloquia bringing industry experts to campus, an annual off-campus intersession program field trip to meet industry leaders, and a second-year capstone project.

Sloan alumni serve in leadership positions in a variety of settings, including hospitals, long-term care, ambulatory services, insurance/benefits organizations, pharmaceuticals, management consulting, professional associations and government organizations. Many students develop mentorship relationships with alumni that persist even after graduation.

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