University of North Carolina at Charlotte which is also known as UNCC, UNC Charlotte or just Charlotte is located in Charlotte, North Carolina in the United States. It is a public research university that offers 90 bachelor’s degree, 62 master’s and 19 doctoral programs through 9 colleges. These colleges include the College of Health and Human Services, the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, the College of Arts + Architecture, the University College, the College of Computing and Informatics, the College of Education, the Belk College of Business, the William States Lee College of Engineering and the Honors College.
The Master of Health Administration program offers training in marketing, management, finance, epidemiology, accounting, strategic management, quantitative techniques and accounting. MHA focuses on leadership and management of resources, services as well as people. It prepares students for an occupation in managing various programs, facilities and organizations in medical care and health services; managed care, long-term, acute and post-acute in both private as well as public sectors. Student who have graduated with MHA are prepared to provide leadership in some health care setting.
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte also prepares students taking the MHA program to have decision making, strategic, analytic and business skills required to effectively find the way in the growing and evolving healthcare industry. Students taking this program can also work as consultants, executive level managers or managers of health related industries. There is a high demand of advanced health management preparation for various healthcare and related health professionals that can be employed in either public or private areas of healthcare. Some of them include health systems, ambulatory clinics, hospitals, managed care organizations, medical practice groups, regulatory and consulting entities as well as state, federal or local government agencies. The Master of Health Administration program is offered for part-time and full-time students.
Admission conditions concerning tests include a GPA of at least 3.0 along with combined verbal and quantitative GRE scores of not less than 1,000, the equivalent GMAT score can also work. Portfolio approach is also used to evaluate applicants and it consists of goal statement, reference letters, standardized test scores, previous professional experience and previous undergraduate work.