Master’s – Health Systems Administration
The Master of Science in Health Systems Administration (MHSA) is a two-year, part-time, 42 credit program that equips aspiring leaders with skills to shape the future of health care.
- CAHME Accredited, competency-based and practice-centered curriculum led by nationally renowned industry leaders and esteemed faculty active in public health, research, and systems of care leadership
- Experiential and competency based 42-credit, 21-month long curriculum framed by Jesuit values delivered in a dynamic hybrid format of online, synchronous coursework paired with on-site campus and thematic global comparative immersions
- Georgetown University’s location in Washington, DC provides unique access to influential health systems and health care legislative exposure
- Designed for early-career professionals, featuring small class sizes and exposure to nationally renowned industry leaders and subject matter experts
Apply now here for the MHSA program for Fall 2021.
The application fee will be waived through the end of the priority application period of Jan 15, 2021. Beginning Jan 16, 2021, all applicants will be charged the $90 application fee.
January 15, 2021 (Priority Deadline, app fee waived)
April 1, 2021 (Final Deadline, $90 app fee)
For inquiries, please contact Gregory Thornton at Gregory.Thornton@georgetown.edu.
To Applicants: Thank you for your interest in the School of Nursing & Health Studies (NHS). As you may have read, Georgetown is planning to launch a School of Nursing and a School of Health by July 1, 2022. Please know that NHS’s current academic programs will continue on through these two new schools. The BSN, the MS in Nursing, the DNAP, and the DNP will be housed in the planned future School of Nursing. The BS programs in Global Health, Health Care Management & Policy, and Human Science and the MS program in Health Systems Administration will be housed in the planned future School of Health. The future organizational homes of these programs will not affect your application – students admitted to any of these programs will become students in the new schools when they are established.
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Jazmeen Chinn, MS’18
My preceptor is another person who I plan to keep in my life. She has gone out of her way to introduce me to the inner-workings of the health care system, along with insuring that I get my foot in the door and providing me with all the steps necessary to succeed, she is a true mentor.
Raynard Ware, MS’18
Being in D.C. meant having access to health policy wonks not only on the federal but local level, as well. The smaller, cohort structured program was appealing because I wanted to build meaningful relationships with classmates and faculty.
Executive Master’s in Health System Administration (EMHSA)
The EMHSA Program is not currently accepting applications.
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