The College of Public Health's Master of Health Administration (MHA) program was selected as a part of the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education's (CAHME) new Mentorship Circle program.
The MHA program was selected in the “Major Activities and Events” category, alongside the University of Alabama at Birmingham, for its highly successful and competitive First-Year Student Healthcare Case Competition.
“CAHME Mentorship Circle status recognizes that Ohio State’s Masters of Health Administration program—in addition to achieving the high standards of CAHME accreditation—engages in activities that help to extend CAHME’s mission of advancing the quality of graduate healthcare management education,” CAHME shared in a statement. “Mentorship Circle status recognizes that Ohio State’s Masters of Health Administration program provides opportunities to other students and other programs to advance their own experiences and skills—for the good of the entire healthcare field.”
Ohio State was one of 15 programs recognized by CAHME nationwide in the inaugural year of CAHME’s Mentorship Circle.