Master of Science in Health Administration
The Master of Science in Health Administration (MSHA) Program prepares individuals to assume executive leadership positions in a broad range of health services organizations, including hospitals, health systems, physician group practices, health maintenance organizations, long-term care facilities, consulting firms, and insurance companies. Founded in 1965, the MSHA Program at UAB enjoys an excellent reputation, both regionally and nationally, for the high quality of its academic program and the achievements of its more than 1.300 graduates.
Currently ranked 5th in the nation among graduate programs in healthcare management by U.S. News & World Report.
|UAB's MSHA Program may be pursued in two formats:|
|Residential MSHA Program focuses on training students just completing an undergraduate degree or those individuals desiring a career change.|
|Executive MSHA Program is aimed at working professionals with at least five years of health care experience.||
At UAB, each MSHA degree option is accredited by CAHME (www.cahme.org) and its graduates enjoy the support of the Alumni Association of the Graduate Programs in Health Administration (www.uab.edu/gpha).