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 Health Administration (MHA)
SchoolTelfer School of Management
LocationOttawa, ON, Canada
School TypeBusiness School
School Size
Length24 Month(s)
Entry Grade (%)*70%
Prerequisites NotesAdmission to the master's of health administration program is open to candidates holding a Canadian baccalaureate degree or its equivalent. A minimum standing of B or 70% overall average is required. The Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies will determine the equivalency of qualifications for applicants from non-Canadian institutions. In addition, a limited number of candidates may be considered for admission on the basis of substantial managerial or professional training and experience (normally 10 years or more) even if they do not hold a university degree or do not meet the minimum academic requirements.
National: $17,856
International: $17,856
DescriptionThe mission of the MHA program is to prepare ethical and socially responsible professionals to assume management and leadership positions in the changing health service system, primarily in Canada but also internationally, and to strive for excellence in professional education, scholarly research and community service in health systems management. The program focuses on the quality of student experience and education and is engaged in continuous curriculum development through excellence in research and strong links with the community of health core practitioners in the field.

Given its mission statement, the MHA program will pursue the following goals: Provide comprehensive education in health services and systems management; Conduct relevant health management research; Make continuous improvements to the program by proactively responding to market needs; Create opportunities to effectively link students with the health community to enhance the student’s learning experience; Assist students in the development of meaningful career plans; Foster strong, ongoing, lasting and mutually beneficial relationships with the MHA Alumni Association, the local Chapter of CCHSE and its members as well as all residency sites and preceptors; Provide patient-centred inter-professional learning opportunities.

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