What makes Robinson’s Master of Science in Health Administration so special?

All the right ingredients
Our curriculum provides the depth and breadth students need to become leaders in sectors like health management, data analytics, finance, and human resource management. Learn more about the M.S. in Health Administration student experience »
Put your knowledge to work
To complement the curriculum, students participate in various experiential learning opportunities like national case competitions; community projects with Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and MedShare; and site visits to WellStar Health System, Grady Health System, and other industry leaders.
Esteemed member
Georgia State University is one of 13 member institutions in the Business School Alliance for Health Management (BAHM), along with Yale, Harvard, University of Pennsylvania, and Vanderbilt. Through BAHM, students can access doctoral student webinars, the BAHM-sponsored Healthcare Management Journal, student case competitions, and the online BAHM community.

Frontline Feedback

Faculty and students from the M.S. in Health Administration program discuss how the degree prepares graduates for the broad gamut of issues the healthcare industry faces in such a dynamically changing environment.

Duration

4 semesters, 16 months

Format

Cohort

Tuition

$41,100

Location

Buckhead Center

Job Outlook

M.S. in Health Administration graduates work for some of the leading companies in healthcare.

Employers include:

  • Northside Hospital
  • Emory Healthcare
  • Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • NorthStar Healthcare
  • Piedmont Hospital

Program Highlights

Meet your mentor
Students are matched with executive mentors during their second year.
Consider a dual degree »
Our MBA/MHA dual degree prepares future executives for managerial positions in healthcare and business organizations.
Unparalleled faculty
Our faculty possess experience in health administration, health services, health information systems, and managed care.