Health Administration - Concentrations

Leadership Concentration:

The Leadership concentration is designed to provide practical applications from both the health service and business leadership fields of knowledge. The four MSL courses provided in the concentration will provide the student with the essential specialized competencies necessary for successful leadership in the rapidly changing and extraordinarily complex health service enterprise of the 21st Century. NOTE: This concentration is available only on the Charlotte Campus, the Triangle Campus, online or with special permission of the Department Chairperson.

Concentration Curriculum Requirements - 45 Semester Hours

MHA Curriculum Requirements - 30 Semester Hours

All MHA-Leadership and Change Concentration students must successfully complete a thirty (30) semester hours, ten (10) course core health service curriculum which includes:

  • MBA 701 Organizational Communications
  • MHA 710 Contemporary Health Administration
  • MHA 712 Population Health
  • MHA 715 Legal and Ethical Perspectives in Healthcare Administration
  • MHA 725 Health Services Policy
  • MHA 730 Health Economics
  • MHA 738 Healthcare Human Resource Management
  • MHA 740 Health Services Financial Management
  • MHA 742 Operations Management and Quality in Healthcare
  • MHA 799 Strategic Health Services Management

MHA Elective Requirement- 3 Semester Hours

All MHA-Leadership and Change Concentration students must successfully complete one of the following three (3) semester hour MHA elective courses:

  • MHA 735 Health Services Information Management
  • MHA 776 Comparative International Health
  • MHA 777 Comparative International Health Study

MSL Curriculum Requirements - 12 Semester Hours

All MHA-Leadership and Change Concentration students must successfully complete a twelve (12) semester hour, four (4) course leadership and change curriculum which includes:

  • MSL 702 Organizational Behavior
  • MSL 710 Effective Leadership
  • MSL 740 Negotiations and Conflict
  • MSL 750 Organizational Change

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