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Somewhere between reaching for your goals as a health care professional and living your life, there’s a balance. We get that. That’s why we offer a robust graduate degree program that flexes with your schedule.
Get ready for a leadership role in a health care organization with a master’s in health administration from Capella University. You’ll gain real-world knowledge and skills in health care systems and technology, and ethical and professional standards of practice, and more.
And you can choose how you meet your goals. Select specializations are available with FlexPath, our self-paced learning format—the faster you move, the more you save.
*Based on the fastest 10% of students. Your program length and cost will vary by transfer credits, the per-session cost, and how quickly you complete courses. Books, supplies, and other fees apply.
Prepare to advance in a career as a health administration professional.
Interprofessional education: Share courses with other nursing and public health practitioners to learn about, from, and with others in the industry.
Professional relevance: Our curriculum is credible and relevant, designed around the National Center for Health Care Leadership Competency Model™ (NCHL).
Expert advisory board: Capella’s School of Nursing and Health Sciences Advisory Board ensures your curriculum is developed with the insight and support of industry leaders.
Immersive learning experiences: In our virtual health care simulation tool, you’ll be able to practice what you’re learning in a safe environment.
Exclusive learner success lab: Support to help you manage your time and resources so you can stay on top of your studies and reach your goals.
Discover the Master of Health Administration specialization that’s right for you, and explore admissions requirements, costs, and courses.
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