MHA - General Health Administration
Enhance your career and strengthen your ability to successfully administer health care delivery in your organization. The curriculum for Capella's online MHA is designed around the National Center for Healthcare Leadership (NCHL) Competency Model? and features collaborative, practice-based learning that incorporates industry best practices and the knowledge and skill sets expected by leading health care organizations. The General Health Administration specialization focuses on concepts, principles, and processes associated with general health administration, with a choice of topics that include human capital management, health care consumerism and marketing, facilities and capital asset management, comparative models of global health systems, health care policy drivers, and policy and legislative development processes. Convenient electronic textbooks lower costs and provide immediate access to course materials. People who choose this specialization are often pursuing supervisor, manager, or director positions in health care settings, such as health clinics, hospitals, and outpatient care centers.
Review of this program is pending in ND an TN
Concentration: As part of this specialization, you can use your electives to earn a concentration in Fire Service Administration, Forensics, Health Policy and Management, Homeland Security, Public Administration, Nonprofit Management and Leadership, Public Health, and Public Policy and Management for no additional time or money.
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