Program Details

MHA-class

The MHA is a professional program for clinicians, administrators, researchers and managers who are seeking solutions to today’s complex health delivery issues.

Program Structure

The MHA program is a 42 credit graduate degree that is delivered in a cohort-based, executive education style at UBC Robson Square (UBC’s downtown campus). The program can be completed in two years, and consists of:

  • 24 mandatory courses (1.5 credits each), that offer a breadth and depth of topics that spans in the health care sector including business, management and epidemiology. Courses include case studies, discussions, group work and presentations.
  • Students also complete an independent capstone project – SPHA 590 Research Project (6 credits)

Program Schedule

Designed for working professionals, students attend classes on Friday afternoons and weekends. Classes are typically scheduled every three to four weeks following a compressed format, as listed in our 2018 – 2019 MHA Course Dates.

There are two courses taught over two weekends.

24-month Program Timeline