Providing management leadership in one of the nation’s largest service industries requires well-rounded leaders and innovators.
Health Care Administration is an ever-changing field of study that requires well-rounded leaders and innovators to manage the challenges in the health care world. Administrators are responsible for coordinating and organizing the delivery of care while staying in touch with consumers’ needs. The Executive Master of Health Administration (EMHA) program at WKU allows health care professionals the opportunity to strengthen their education with a unique and flexible schedule.
Created to meet the goals of busy executives, the EMHA program’s curriculum only requires three classroom visits per year. These meetings will occur on designated weekends between mid-July and mid-August. The remainder of the two-year program will be completed through online distance learning, which makes attaining your MHA degree easier than ever.
The diversity of the students in the EMHA program adds depth to your educational experience and gives you the opportunity to share similar experiences of healthcare professionals from all over the country. Interacting with other professionals in the program will enhance your education and create close business and personal relationships.
Momentum for your Future
Completing the EMHA program at WKU provides additions to your knowledge, your qualifications, and your career. Your experience as a healthcare professional has prepared you to become a leader, and you can take your leadership to the next level with WKU’s Executive MHA Program.
The unique and flexible schedule of WKU’s Executive Master of Health Administration program allows you to strengthen your education without having to give up your job or lifestyle.
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