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Master of Health Administration - Project Management

Earn your master’s in health administration online while gaining specialized project management skills and experience.

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You must be a licensed registered nurse or have completed an associate degree of nursing to apply for the program.

You must be a licensed registered nurse and have completed a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree or a bachelor's degree in a closely related field to apply for this program.

You must be a licensed registered nurse and have completed a Master of Science in Nursing degree to apply for this program.

You must be a licensed registered nurse and have completed a Master of Science in Nursing degree or a master's degree in a healthcare related field.

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Online Master of Health Administration-Project Management Highlights

<p>Study 100% online with 24/7 tech support and mobile-friendly resources including LinkedIn Learning</p>

Study 100% online with 24/7 tech support and mobile-friendly resources including LinkedIn Learning

<p>Take specialized courses in project management, healthcare leadership, and business information support systems</p>

Take specialized courses in project management, healthcare leadership, and business information support systems

<p>Multiple starts per year with accelerated and working professional paces available </p>

Multiple starts per year with accelerated and working professional paces available 

<p>Comprehensive Career Services support after graduation</p>

Comprehensive Career Services support after graduation

Why the MHA-Project Management Track?

Project managers play an essential role in keeping teams and organizations running efficiently. The Master of Health Administration - Project Management track allows you to learn about core functional areas of business, while specializing in project management and the healthcare industry.

You will have the opportunity to complete core MHA courses while also being exposed to classes in topics such as project management, leadership in healthcare, and business information support systems.

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Additional Information About our MHA - Project Management Degree

Study on Your Schedule

Because we understand personal goals and life circumstances vary, we offer a range of timelines to degree completion.

Accelerated Pace
(12 months)

This is a program for students eager to complete their MHA-Project Management degree with speed. Online study is designed with consideration to location and schedule, and to create flexibility for students excited to complete a degree and begin the next phase of their careers.

 Working Professional Pace
(24 months)

Our syllabus is also tailored to consider more complicated schedules, so we designed a course of study to accommodate working students, parents, and caretakers.

MHA - Project Management Curriculum

Preview the MHA - Project Management curriculum. The number of months to complete your degree varies depending on whether you choose the accelerated or working professional pace. We recommend reviewing your prospective curriculum in detail, so you know what to expect.

Master of Health Administration (MHA)

Academic Calendar

New academic sessions begin, on average, and depending on programs, every eight weeks, and typically lasts about six trimesters on the accelerated schedule. You can access an up-to-date start-to-completion schedule by degree.

Academic Calendar

Tuition & Financial Aid

Total program cost varies between the accelerated and working professional program paces. Either way, if tuition is an obstacle, WCU financial aid and/or scholarship options might be available to help you move forward. Adjusted tuition is also available to active and former military members. To see tuition breakdowns and estimated supply costs, please visit our Tuition & Fees page.

To apply for financial aid assistance, we recommend applying alongside your admissions application in order for your consideration to be processed on your intended timeline. Learn More.

Career Services & Placement

Our Career Services department provides ongoing assistance with professional and career development through workshops and guidance for our online MHA-Project Management students and graduates.

Graduates will have a strong foundation to take on project management roles within health administration teams. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, medical and health services managers work in a range of settings, including:

  • Hospitals (state, local, and private)
  • Offices of physicians
  • Nursing and residential care facilities
  • Government facilities
  • Outpatient care centers1

1 Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Medical and Health Services Managers, at

Is the project management track right for me?

In the project management track, you will complete core health administration courses while also taking complementary classes in project management and operations management fundamentals. This track is ideal for anyone who would like to learn how to manage projects withing health administration teams.

Will my previous coursework transfer into the MHA program?

We can evaluate your previous coursework for transfer credit. Your advisor is available to help you through the process and help you figure out what credits can be applied towards your MHA-Project Management degree.

How long does it take to complete the MHA-Project Management degree?

Complete the program in 12 months at the Accelerated program pace or 24 months at the Working Professional pace.

Is financial aid available?

Financial aid and scholarships are available for those who qualify. Among the scholarships offered are the Alumni Pathway Grant (covers up to 20% of tuition), the WCU Health Services Grant (covers up to 10% of tuition), and the WCU Performance Scholarship (covers up to 15% of tuition). Learn More

For additional information and eligibility requirements, please visit our online scholarships and grants page on our online catalog. 

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WCU provides career guidance and assistance but cannot guarantee employment.

Financial aid and scholarships available for those who qualify.

WCU Distance education programs are delivered out of the Orange County and Texas campuses and may not be available to residents in all states.