Master in Health Administration
The Health Administration program from Portland State University is a 60 credit degree, with each class at 3 credits. Students complete 39 credits of required courses, 15 credits of electives, and 6 credits of an Integrative Experience. One course must fulfill the Diversity Requirement and 30 credits of your program must be health care specific.
|Full-time Duration:||2 years|
|Starting in:||January, April, September|
|Tuition Fee:||$683 per credit|
|Location:||Portland Campus (Portland, United States)|
Students of the Health Administration program from Portland State University complete 39 credits of required courses, 15 credits of electives, and 6 credits of an Integrative Experience. One course must fulfill the Diversity Requirement and 30 credits of your program must be health care specific.
Portland State is well-known for its focus on community service and engagement, and the Mark O. Hatfield School of Government is one of the best places to take advantage of the numerous community partnerships PSU has developed. Partnerships and cooperative arrangements exist within the Oregon University System (which includes Oregon State University, Oregon Health & Science University, University of Oregon, and more) as well as with multiple health, human service, community and governmental agencies in Portland, across Oregon, and nationally.
The faculty members and instructors are leading researchers and practitioners in the field of public administration. Their diverse array of expertise, experiences, and interests include local and regional government, public finance and law, nonprofit management, leadership, sustainability, health management and policy, natural resources policy, and much more. Faculty members continually practice and expand their skills through scholarship and service, and our students have the opportunity to work closely with these leaders in the classroom, through funded research, and technical assistance projects.