MHA Master of Health Administration Health Care Operations specialization
What You'll Learn
Outcome goals and graduates' proficiency levels
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Master of Health Administration (MHA)
- Health Policy
- Health Care Operations
- General Health Administration
Quality and Professional Relevance
- Capella's MHA curriculum is designed around the National Center for Healthcare Leadership (NCHL) Competency Model that incorporates all 26 competencies required by the NCHL — with special emphasis on these critical areas:
- Financial skills
- Impact and influence
- Information technology management
- Organizational awareness
- Performance measurement
- Process management and organizational design
- Project management
- Capella's MHA program features a collaborative, problem-based learning model that incorporates industry best practices and the knowledge and skill sets expected by leading health care organizations.
- Capella's MHA program uses simulations, group problem-solving, and real-time coaching sessions to strengthen the collaboration and communication skills needed by health care leaders.
- Because they incorporate the assessments and educational interventions of the NCHL Health Leadership Competency Model, Capella's MHA programs can help you build the skills for health care leadership — whatever your previous experience in the industry may be.
- In a joint study conducted by Capella University and the NCHL, current students agree Capella's MHA program — which integrates the leadership-focused NCHL Health Leadership Competency Model — is delivering the advanced, real-world capabilities they need to become tomorrow's health care leaders.
Expected Program Outcomes for All Specializations
- Facilitate organizational transformation and change processes in health care.
- Implement strategic planning and health care administration strategies for optimal organizational performance.
- Support vision and ethical leadership decision making in health care administration.
- Promote an employee-conscious organizational climate consistent with professional standards.
- Incorporate critical thinking for effective communication in multi-disciplinary and cross-professional collaboration.
- Apply research methods and evidence-based practice to health care administration.