Balancing a rich history of tradition with active connections to the contemporary fields of practice and research, the Department of Health Administration at VCU is a unique place to study. The Department offers students the ability to receive a 21st century education while exploring firsthand the influences of the past. It also blends a focus on cutting edge business and leadership skills with a culture of commitment to community service.
“I am thankful for those who invested in me to enable me to be a better leader. I am also grateful for the opportunity to work with the program and with young leaders, to prepare them for the future. I encourage alumni, whether you are 25 or 65, to continue to play it forward and to make it a priority to help others who will succeed you in leadership. Share your insights, your failures and your successes, so that they are better prepared as they seek to advance in their careers.” - Terrie Edwards (MHA '84)
A unique feature of our program is the required one-year administrative residency, prior to graduation. Our program was founded on the belief that the application of knowledge and skills in the practice environment is crucial for launching a career as a healthcare executive.
In less than 8 weeks, the VCU HAD community of faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends succeeded in endowing the Yasar A. Ozcan Scholarship to honor his 38 years of service to the Department. Thank you so much for your support!
MHA Class of 2020
All information sessions are held in the Grant House, 1008 E. Clay Street, Room 102/104
Thursday, July 20, 2017 9:00-11:00AM
Monday, August 7, 2017 1:00-3:00PM
A big welcome to our incoming MSHA students.
July 22 - 27, 2017