Learning Outcomes - Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA)

Graduates of this program will be prepared to:

  1. Demonstrate effective communication skills at the individual and group levels.
  2. Identify the components of the healthcare delivery system and external environmental factors affecting the management of healthcare organizations.
  3. Analyze laws, regulations, court decisions, and health policy that impact healthcare organizations and health services delivery.
  4. Demonstrate ethical choices, values, and professional behavior in healthcare management roles/decision-making.
  5. Analyze the responsibility and operations of a healthcare organization to identify and resolve problems and improve performance.
  6. Use statistical reasoning in interpreting quantitative and qualitative research and organizational data.
  7. Demonstrate critical thinking and effective decision making through financial management, strategic planning, economic analysis, and quality assessment and improvement.
  8. Demonstrate an understanding of the roles, perspectives, and expectations of clinical practitioners, how they differ from nonclinical staff, and the challenges these differences present for management.

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