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Students holding an M.B.A. degree and wishing to pursue M.H.A. should provide:

  • Completed application submitted to the graduate school.
  • Evidence of an earned M.B.A. degree with a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 out of 4.0 and all transcripts for undergraduate and graduate work;
  • Resume to the HCA department;
  • Three letters of reference to the HCA department; and
  • Statement of your purpose and goals for seeking the M.H.A. degree.

*Applicants with an earned M.B.A. from an accredited Business School are not required to take the GRE or GMAT to be considered for admission.

Applicants who hold MBAs from AACSB or AACBP accredited business schools earned within the past 10 years may be able to obtain an M.H.A. degree by completing 34 core hours and 6 hours of electives.  These core hours will provide the student with an in-depth knowledge of health care systems, health law and ethics, health policy, managerial epidemiology and quality measurement in health care.  The six hours of electives compliment these courses by providing the opportunity to apply core knowledge to particular health care delivery settings.

Applicants holding MBAs from programs not accredited by AACSB or AACBP may be able to waive certain foundation and core course hours; admitted students will develop a degree plan with their advisor based on analysis of their completed graduate courses

All applicants must submit the required documentation in the following manner:

Application Documents:

  • Application
  • Transcripts 

Send Application Documents To:
Texas Woman's University
Student Records
P.O. Box 425649
Denton, TX-76204

Resume Documents:

  • Resume 
  • Three Letters of Recommendations
  • Personal Goal Statement

Send Resume Documents To:
Texas Woman's University
Program in Healthcare Administration
6700 Fannin
Houston, TX-77030

page updated 4/23/2014 2:22 PM