Healthcare Administration

Prepare to lead the healthcare organizations of tomorrow.

The Healthcare Administration program is in the Robert W. Plaster School of Business which is housed within the College of Management and is designed for people who want to begin, or advance, their careers as leaders in healthcare. As an MHA candidate, you’ll master the organizational, legal, financial, political and managerial aspects of health systems management. Our graduates are ready to meet the challenges of a global society with innovative approaches to leadership and problemsolving.

Locations & Learning Options


Healthcare Administration, General B.S.

Healthcare Administration, Human Resource Management Concentration, B.S.

Healthcare Administration, Logistics Concentration, B.S.

Healthcare Administration, Project Management Concentration, B.S.

Campus Centers, Gilbert, Online & Parkville

Business Analytics Concentration, M.H.A.

Disaster and Emergency Management Concentration, M.H.A.

Finance Concentration, M.H.A.

Human Resource Management Concentration, M.H.A.

Management Accounting Concentration, M.H.A.

Management Information Systems Concentration, M.H.A.

Marketing Concentration, M.H.A.

Project Management Concentration, M.H.A.

Innovation and Quality Management Concentration, M.H.A.

Campus Centers, Online & Parkville

General Concentration, M.H.A.

Online & Parkville

Nonprofit Management Concentration, M.H.A.

B.S. Concentrations





M.H.A. Concentrations

Kirby Brown

Kirby R. Brown

Dean, College of Management

Dr. Greg Moore

Associate Dean, Graduate Programs
Associate Professor of Finance

Alla Adams

Dr. Alla Adams

Assistant Professor of Health Care

Our Healthcare Administration master’s degree program offers a unique curriculum designed specifically to meet the career needs of future leaders. Choose a general MHA track or one of nine concentrations. You can earn your degree entirely, or partially, online.


  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Chief Operations Officer
  • Department or Division Director, Manager or Supervisor
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Program Highlights

The future of healthcare begins with you

Today’s health organizations need administrators who can manage the current health care landscape. We also need innovators who can lead the health sector in new directions. Park University’s Healthcare Administration graduate program offers students the opportunity to understand and master the organizational, legal, ethical, financial, political and managerial aspects of health systems management.

Online, on your time

Courses in the healthcare graduate degree program are predominately online. You can meet all course requirements through an online format.

If you’d like to take some face-to-face classes, we offer blended courses selectively at
participating campus centers. Each weekly class session includes a physical classroom and online component. During the class sessions, your instructors facilitate in-class activities that promote collaborative learning and provide opportunities to apply what you learn.

Related programs

Park University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Park University is a private, non-profit, institution of higher learning since 1875.