Page 1

Application Information & Deadlines For a complete list of application requirements, click on Apply Online at


Master of Healthcare Administration

Application deadlines are as follows: Spring Admission (MHA admission for spring semester is available for students currently enrolled in the dual programs) Deadline: Oct. 15 Fall Admission Review Date 1: Nov. 15 Review Date 2: Jan. 15 Review Date 3: March 15 Applications accepted through May 31 Tuition Costs MHA program: $47,000 MHA/Full-Time MBA: $65,000 – $69,000 MHA/PMBA $67,000 – $72,000


$46,000 – $48,000 $51,000 – $54,000

Scholarship Overview The amount of a scholarship award depends on the competitiveness of the admitted applicant pool. On average, 80% of newly admitted students receive scholarship awards ranging from $1,500 to $35,000. Applicants who do not qualify for resident tuition may be eligible to receive non-resident tuition assistance. All out-of-state applicants are automatically considered for this waiver. Applicants with a Utah address who may not qualify for residency should email to request consideration. 801.585.5790

Providing students with the leadership skills and technical tools needed to improve the human condition and prepare them for increasingly responsible leadership roles across a broad spectrum of healthcare-delivery organizations. The small size of the MHA program ensures one-on-one attention from professors, as well as opportunities to work with some of the nation’s top-ranked hospitals and healthcare facilities. Graduates develop relationships that allow them to explore remarkable opportunities in hospital administration and much more.




59 Credit Hours

Core: 53 credit hours, Electives: 6 credit hours. Includes a 3-credit administrative internship and 2 credit hours of career development.


Full-Time Format

Fall Enrollment Option

This program of study includes an MHA cohort series and administrative internship. Students exit the program prepared to accept leadership roles in a variety of fields, including healthcare delivery, public health, healthcare policy and health services research.

CAHME Accredited

Member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business

Member of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration

U.S. News & World Report Ranked, 2014

Dual-Degree Options

Experiental Programs for MHA Students

Professional goals may bridge academic disciplines and require expertise in multiple areas, and the Eccles School offers four dual-degree options for MHA students to achieve their professional goals:

The MHA program offers a number of applied learning opportunities available to help students expand their network, increase their skills and work with executive-level mentors:

1. MHA/MBA 2. MHA/Professional MBA 3. MHA/Master of Public Health 4. MHA/Master of Public Administration

Future Healthcare Leaders of America (FHLA) Health Administration Case Competition UMentor Healthcare Leadership Program ACHE Annual Congress on Healthcare Leadership Bench-to-Bedside (sponsored by the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute)

Career Development The MHA career development specialist works to provide career-focused training and resources that complement classroom studies and facilitate mutually beneficial connections between students, alumni and corporate recruiters. The specialist helps students maximize their graduate school investment to succeed in today's competitive job market. Leveraging their internship experience and network of local executives, MHA faculty, and Executives-in-Residence, MHA students can expect to secure top-level jobs.


Learn more at



mean starting salary of MHA graduates



employed 3 mo. post-graduation

Application & Admission Information >>

MHA Brochure  
MHA Brochure