Texas State’s master of healthcare administration program has been accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME) since 1992. Because CAHME accreditation requires continual self-evaluation, regular reports and periodic external review, the educational quality of the programs remains current and reflects changes in knowledge and practice.
|Degree||Concentration||Hours||Thesis Option||Minor Option|
|M.H.A.||No concentration||49||Non-Thesis||No minor|
|M.H.A.||No concentration||49||Thesis||No minor|
|M.H.A.||Executive Delivery Modality*||49||Non-Thesis||No minor|
|M.H.A.||Executive Delivery Modality*||49||Thesis||No minor|
This majority of this program may be offered online. If you are not a Texas resident and will not relocate, please visit the Office of Distance and Extended Learning. Students requiring an F-1 student visa or J-1 exchange visitor visa are not eligible for admission into the Online Healthcare Administration program. All other international applicants should visit the International Office regarding additional considerations in taking online courses.
The items required for admission consideration are listed below. Additional information for applicants with international credentials can be found on our international web pages.
- separate HAMPCAS application fee
- $55 nonrefundable application fee
- $90 nonrefundable application fee for applications with international credentials
Review important information about application fees.
- a copy of an official transcript from each international institution attended. Transcripts issued by U.S. institutions must be submitted through HAMPCAS.
Review important information about transcripts. Official transcripts, sent directly from your institution, will be required if admission is granted.
- official GRE (general test only) scores required (submit to HAMPCAS with GRE Designated Institution (DI) code 2704)