The Executive MHA is intended for working, mid-career health care professionals.

The Executive MHA is intended for working, mid-career health care professionals.

The Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Public Health will offer the Master of Health Administration (MHA) degree in the Texas Medical Center in Houston beginning August 2015. The degree program received approval from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board this month.

The Executive MHA is intended for working, mid-career health care professionals with at least five years experience in health services. Courses will be taught in-person one weekend a month for 24 months, supported with online content between weekends.

“Our Executive MHA will fulfill an identified need within Houston and the surrounding market area for master’s level education for mid-career health care professionals. There is currently no other such focused master’s program offered in Houston,” said Murray Côté, Ph.D., associate professor and director of the MHA program.

Applications for the inaugural cohort are currently be accepted. For further information, visit sph.tamhsc.edu/hpm/mha

This graduate program is an expansion of the current MHA program offered at the College Station campus.

— Rae Lynn Mitchell

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