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Prospective Sloan Students

The Sloan Program in Health Administration's CAHME-accredited Master of Health Administration (MHA) curriculum 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, Sloan Colloquium bringing industry experts to campus, elective Practitioner-Led Intensive Courses (PLICs), an annual off-campus January intersession program field trip immersion, 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.

Learn more about each of our degree programs:

Standard Program Two-year Master of Health Administration (MHA) degree.

MHA/MBA Dual Degree Program Dual 24-month accelerated MHA/MBA program in cooperation with the Johnson Graduate School of Management.

MHA/MPA Dual Degree Program Dual 3-year MHA/MPA program in cooperation with the Cornell Institute for Public Affairs.

BS/MHA Program Combined 5-year BS/MHA program only for specific current Human Ecology and CALS majors. The standard MHA program and the MHA portions of our other degree programs are all accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education.

Who Should Apply?

The Sloan Program seeks to matriculate a cohort of 35 applicants with all levels of experience and academic preparation who have a strong aptitude to hold leadership positions in the health care industry. Some training in statistics, accounting, and economics, as well as familiarity with basic computer applications is recommended. Superior oral and written communication skills are expected. Previous job and/or community service experience is desired. Please review the links above for any degree-specific prerequisites.

Join us for Sloan Visit Day, November 9-10, 2017!

Register for Sloan Visit Day featuring industry speakers, alumni panels, student panels, a roundtable meal, and more! Students who have been admitted to Sloan prior to October 28 will have hotel, shuttle, and most meals included in visit. By pre-registration only. Prospective students may attend on a space availability-basis only and will have most meals included in visit (students will need to take care of hotel expenses).

Arrange a campus visit:

Visiting campus offers an excellent opportunity to talk with students and faculty, visit classes and see the Cornell campus and Ithaca community. To arrange a campus visit, send an email request and your resume to Shannon Lupo, Sloan Program Assistant, at sl2836@cornell.edu.

Information about tuition and financial aid