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Online Master of Healthcare Administration

SPECIAL:
MHA Virtual Information Session!

Faculty and Course Spotlight: Introduction and Analytics Courses

Monday, July 29th @ 12pm ET

Online Master of Healthcare Administration

Information Technology’s Important Role in Healthcare Administration

Monday, July 29th @ 12pm ET

Boston College SPECIAL MHA Virtual Information Session

Join us for our special Faculty and Course Spotlight: Introduction and Analytics Courses with the Administrative Director of the MHA program, Emily Raviola to learn more about the Online Master of Healthcare Administration program at Boston College.

The Boston College Online Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) degree program is for healthcare professionals who want to master the skills they need to advance their careers. Delivered online, the program allows students to combine self-paced coursework with live, online faculty-led sessions. Boston College designed the Online MHA in close collaboration with an advisory board comprised of leading healthcare executives. This helps to ensure that the curriculum is industry-aligned. Students can immediately apply the skills they are developing in the program to their current healthcare jobs. Additionally, each student has a dedicated Executive Coach who supports career progression and planning throughout the learning experience.

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Message from Emily Raviola

Administrative Director

Our goal is not to train leaders to maintain the status quo,” explained Emily Raviola, MPH, the MHA’s interim program director. “We want to train our students to be savvy thinkers who understand the existing context and the levers that can be used to drive change. We want to create transformative leaders.

The

Boston College

Commitment

Located just west of downtown Boston, Massachusetts, Boston College is known for its highly regarded graduate programs and is consistently ranked as a top 40 school by U.S. News & World Report.

• Best Colleges, #38, National Universities, U.S. News & World Report
• Best College Values, #18, Kiplinger’s 2018
• America’s Top Colleges, #49, Forbes 2018
• MHA Curriculum based on National Center for Healthcare Leadership (NCHL) Competency Model*

*Our online MHA program builds from the foundation of the National Center for Healthcare Leadership (NCHL) Competency Model and has been refined through collaboration with top healthcare leaders and organizations.