UofM Master's in Healthcare Administration Ranked No. 12

May 1, 2017 - The University of Memphis' Master in Healthcare Administration program has been ranked No. 12 by the online resource topmastersinhealthcare.com.

The UofM is ranked along with such prestigious programs as Columbia University, Johns Hopkins, George Mason, Seton Hall, the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and the University of Southern California.

The UofM is home to the only MHA program in Tennessee accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME). In addition to making U.S. News & World Report's Best Healthcare Management Degree rankings, the UofM has also appeared on Modern Healthcare's list of Top 20 MHA Programs.

"The University of Memphis School of Public Health is thrilled to see our MHA program held in such high esteem and recognized nationally for its excellence," said Dr. James Gurney, interim dean of SPH and Hardin Endowed Professor. "We have great instructors and an outstanding community-based internship component. Additionally, our MHA is among the three least expensive of the 30 programs ranked in Top Master's in Healthcare, so we offer a great value to our graduate students."

The program has a longstanding history in the field (it was first accredited in 1991) and requires 300 hours of internship experience – evidence that the UofM is dedicated to graduating career-ready, success-prone healthcare professionals.

Contact: Gabrielle Maxey