Developing health care leaders
The summer administrative residency is a vital part of the MHA program where you gain hands-on experience and develop your health care leadership. You will also have a number of other professional development resources at your fingertips that prepare you for a fulfilling career.
Program of study
Ohio State's Master of Health Administration is a two-year, full-time leadership development program combining academic coursework and experiential learning outside of the classroom. It is ideal for early and mid-career students. Learn more about the coursework, residency program and the faculty and staff who will help you succeed.
Scholarships and financial aid
We understand how important this investment is and as a program, we invest in you by providing a variety of financial support opportunities.
The student experience
Expansive professional and personal development opportunities available outside of the classroom are just as important to becoming a leader in health care. At Ohio State, student organizations, case competitions and networking in Columbus are just the beginning.
Connecting students and alumni
The Health Services Management and Policy Alumni Society has a long-standing tradition of serving students and helping set them up to succeed. The alumni society provides networking and professional development opportunities as well as planning the Management Institute, an annual health care conference.
You will complete your application through SOPHAS/HAMPCAS, and a supplemental Ohio State application. Submit your application by Dec. 1 for consideration of university scholarships. We have developed recommendations to help with your application.
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