Project managers play an essential role in keeping teams and organization running efficiently. The Master of Health Administration – Project Management track allows you to learn about core functional areas of business, while specializing in project management and the healthcare industry.
As an MHA – Project Management student, you will have the opportunity to complete core Master of Health Administration courses while also gaining experience in areas such as project management, leadership in healthcare, and business information support systems. The goal of the program is to prepare you for a variety of roles in project management and operational management within the healthcare industry.
WCU’s Master of Health Administration was designed with working professionals in mind:
- 100% online with asynchronous classes that let you study when and where it’s convenient for you
- Choose your pace with Accelerated and Working Professional options
- Earn your MHA degree in as little as 12 months
- Build on your experience – interprofessional education is taught within the courses
Demand for Medical and Health Services Managers
The demand for medical and health services managers across the nation is expected to grow much faster than average. It’s predicted that jobs will increase by 32 percent between 2019 and 2029.
Our focused MHA – Project Management track can help prepare you to work in a variety of settings:
- Public Health Departments
- Physician Practices
- Health Insurance Organizations
Hands-on experience is an important part of building leadership skills. West Coast University offers MHA students a variety of internship opportunities — leveraging our relationship with the Red Cross, local organizations, and international partners to help place you in a rewarding and intellectually challenging environment.
Support Beyond Graduation
We support our students beyond the last day of classes. We are committed to helping our online Master of Health Administration – Project Management graduates throughout their careers.
Our Career Services department provides ongoing assistance with professional and career development through workshops and guidance for our students and graduates. We partner with industry professionals to enhance our students’ prospects for securing employment and achieving professional success.
WCU distance education programs are delivered out of the Orange County and Dallas campuses and may not be available to residents in all states.
WCU provides career guidance and assistance but cannot guarantee employment.