Situated in the southern region of the United States along the Gulf of Mexico and Mississippi River, Louisiana is considered the 31st most extensive and 25th most populous state in the nation with the largest city being New Orleans. Nicknamed the “Bayou State,” “Pelican State,” and the “Child of the Mississippi,” Louisiana is famous from coast to coast for its jazz music, crawfish, alligators, shrimp fishing, oil refineries, humid subtropical climate, Tabasco sauce, and great food inspired by the Cajun and French cultures. Despite being home to more than 4.4 million residents, the following is the only Master’s level program in Healthcare Management that is accredited by the CAHME in Louisiana.
Department of Global Health Systems and Development
Located in the heart of the re-establishing city of New Orleans just four miles from the French Quarter known for much more than just its raucous Mardi Gras celebrations, Tulane University is a comprehensive private institution that offers an unparalleled educational experience. As one of the most respected universities in the United States, the U.S. News and World Report survey currently ranks Tulane as the 52nd best college, 14th top up-and-coming school, and 2nd best college for veterans in the country. Not only has the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine been recognized as the 13th best graduate public health school, its Department of Global Health Systems and Development has been distinguished as offering qualified students with the 25th best graduate healthcare management program in the entire nation.
Master of Health Administration (MHA)
Grounded in basic public health knowledge to obtain a broad introduction to how the discipline-based specialization relates to achieving public health goals, the Master of Health Administration (MHA) degree program prepares highly qualified graduates for management positions in public and private hospitals, ambulatory care organizations, residential care facilities, health maintenance organizations, insurance companies, and other centers concerned with the planning, delivery, and/or financing of health services. Designed to train future leaders and administrators who strive to improve the quality of patient care and delivery of medical services in diverse settings, the program requires students to complete no fewer than 60 semester credits of post-baccalaureate coursework as well as a 950-hour administrative residency in an approved clinical setting.
- Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME)
- Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH)
- Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCC)
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