Andre Hines

Contributing Faculty
College of Management and Human Potential
Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA)

André L. Hines received her Doctorate in Health Care Administration at Central Michigan University in May 2009. She currently serves as a Contributing Faculty Member of Walden University in the College of Health Sciences, Masters of Healthcare Administration program and has served in this role since June 2016. Dr. Hines has taught Human Resource Management for Healthcare Administrators, Law, Ethics, and Policy, Healthcare Financial Management & Economics, Healthcare Operations Management, Strategic Planning and Implementation, Contemporary Topics in the U.S. Healthcare Delivery System, Health Information Technology, Administration of Health Care Agencies, Non-Profit Management, Introduction to Healthcare Administration, Healthcare Internship, Intergovernmental Relations, Seminar in Executive Leadership, Health Policy and Politics, Urban Politics, Public Policy, and City Politics. Professionally, Dr. Hines has worked as a senior health care executive in community health for over 20 years in Illinois and Alaska. She has delivered a number of presentations on community health and conditions in developing African countries. She has published numerous articles. Dr. Hines was featured on CBS as “Some One You Should Know" in 2011. She has received a number of awards for her work as a health care executive and community leader.

Courses Taught

MMHA 6500 - Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior and Leadership for Healthcare Administrators

MMHA 6300 - Law, Ethics, and Policy in Healthcare Administration

MMHA 6050 - Contemporary Topics in the U.S. Healthcare Delivery System

MMHA 6265 - Health Informatics and Technology

MMHA 6700 - Healthcare Operations Management

MMHA 6400 - Healthcare Financial Management and Economics

MMHA 6999 - Strategic Planning and Implementation


PhD, Central Michigan University

Master, Roosevelt University

BA, Roosevelt University