Impact the Future of Healthcare
The Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) at Boston College provides students with a comprehensive perspective of the health ecosystem for those who seek to have an impact as a future leader. Students explore leadership from a societal change perspective, which promotes Boston College values of equity, justice, and inclusion.
MHA students benefit from integrated courses that foster academic growth and support career development. The curriculum incorporates contemporary challenges and emerging trends in healthcare technology and innovation. Graduates of the program are prepared to drive organizational change within the rapidly transforming health ecosystem.
The MHA program is for part-time and full-time students who are at various career stages. Drawing students from across the nation, this online program gives students the flexibility to balance the challenges of life’s commitments and academics. Students represent a broad range of industries, including health systems, pharmaceutical, and other life sciences, along with individuals who aspire to develop a career within the health ecosystem.
Message from the Program Director
Dr. Joni R. Beshansky brings an impressive record as a scientist and clinical operations leader to the MHA program at the Woods College of Advancing Studies at Boston College. Her experience fostering collaboration between people and organizations from the academic, healthcare and business sectors is invaluable, as is her deep commitment to leadership development and collaboration. Dr. Beshansky said she looks forward “to becoming an integral part of Boston College, where I can contribute to its mission of educating the whole person and continue to focus on healthcare policy, bioethics and economic mobility.”