Executive MHA Program
Building on the experience and success of the full-time MHA program, the Executive MHA is designed for employed executives, physicians, and healthcare professionals.
Through the executive program, you can earn the MHA degree in 25 months with limited time on campus. The primarily online curriculum gives you the flexibility to complete your studies amidst your busy schedule.
Executive MHA students and alumni come from the United States and countries around the globe. A diverse student body represents many aspects of the healthcare industry from integrated health systems to federally qualified healthcare centers from acute care settings to long term care.
An In-Depth Look at Current Students
31 students (45% female, 48% hold post-graudate degrees including M.D., Au.D., CRNA, M.A., PharmD)
Work at such companies as the Mayo Clinic, UMN Medical Center, Cottage Health System, Allina Health, Deloitte Consulting, Optum, and Swedish Medical Center.
35% Healthcare managers
10% Healthcare consultants
6.5% Healthcare executives
6.5% Academic health faculty
3% Pharmaceutical sales
35 students (51% female, 26% hold post-graduate degrees including M.D., M.S.W., M.S., J.D.)
Work at such companies as Gunderson Health System, UMN Medical Center, Mayo Clinic, DaVita Dialysis, BlueCross BlueShield, and University of Colorado Hospital
60% Healthcare managers
6% Healthcare executives
3% Healthcare consultants
3% Laboratory scientists
Saudi Arabia Program
In May 2012, the Executive MHA program launched an academic program with King Fahad Medical City (KFMC) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Over the course of the program, MHA faculty will visit KFMC two or three times per year for classroom lecture exchanges. Course content is delivered by way of an online platform.
Executive MHA News
Samara Mimesh, Executive MHA ’14, physician at King Fahad Medical City This spring, the Executive MHA program will launch its second cohort at King Fahad Medical City (KFMC) in…
Full-time MHA students Jason Battaglia, Sumukh Sathnur and Philip Konkol rehearse their problem solving presentation. Since the MHA program’s inception in 1946, “The Minnesota Way” of problem solving has…
Andrew McCulloch, MHA ’80, is the 2015 recipient of the University of Minnesota School of Public Health’s Gaylord W. Anderson Leadership Award. McCullough is president of Kaiser Foundation Hospitals and…
Mohamed Eid joined the Executive MHA program’s first cohort in 2010 and graduated in 2012. He was recently promoted to Vice President of Clinical Development, Medical and Regulatory Affairs, for…