No. 3 for Master of Healthcare Administration in National Ranking

June 13, 2019

Among colleges and universities across the United States, Mary Baldwin University came in near the top of a recent ranking at No. 3 for its online master of healthcare administration (MHA) program.

The Healthcare Management Degree Guide ranked MBU’s online MHA program in quality and systems safety as the No. 3 online healthcare quality and patient safety master’s program for 2019.

The MHA program prepares healthcare leaders to improve healthcare quality and patient safety, driving better outcomes across the industry. Graduates pursue careers in quality and patient safety positions for hospitals, insurance companies, healthcare quality and safety oversight organizations, and educational training organizations, among others.

MBU’s program was chosen for the quality of its curriculum, which follows the competencies established by the National Center for Health Leadership and Healthcare Leadership Alliance. Students conduct a comprehensive case study analysis focusing on real-world issues in the healthcare industry, and the program prepares graduates to sit for professional certification exams including the Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ).

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