What we look for in a Master of Healthcare Administration applicant
Healthcare ranks as the fastest-growing field in the U.S. with demand for skilled professionals lead its growth and development. We understand this evolution and pace excites applicants across diverse backgrounds with varied skills.
The Healthcare Administration program has been designed to benefit both career changes and those currently serving the field. Successful applicants will possess a strong understanding of the role healthcare plays in advancing public and community health, a demonstrated ability to succeed academically, and the capacity to master a broad range of disciplines crucial for career success.
Note: Transcripts for any coursework appearing as transfer credit on the transcript of the conferred degree can be waived if the coursework is unrelated to the degree being sought. The program admissions committee defines all coursework not eligible for waiver.
Upon acceptance, students may apply to transfer up to three, 3-credit courses (maximum nine semester credits) into the master’s program or one 3-credit course into a graduate certificate program.
In order to be considered for transfer, courses must:
To request consideration for transfer credit, a student must provide an official transcript, the transfer credit form, and a course syllabus for each course. Your enrollment counselor or student support specialist can assist you with this request. Transfer credit is awarded at the discretion of the program.
All application materials submitted to UNE are valid for 12 months from the date received by the University. To avoid needing to re-request transcripts and letters of recommendation, we recommend that you complete your application and enroll in a timely manner. In the event that you need to re-apply or re-activate your application, materials older than 12 months will need to be re-submitted without exception.
Students not seeking a degree may enroll in individual courses as a non-matriculated student, space permitting and upon approval by the program manager. Non-matriculated students must hold a bachelor’s degree and submit an official transcript reflecting conferral of the degree. Students may not move from non-matriculated to matriculated status within the same semester. Please contact an enrollment counselor to assist in this process.
More information explaining the admissions requirements for international students or applicants with international degrees can be found here on the International Admissions page. If you have specific questions, please contact an enrollment counselor for personal guidance through the application process.
Enrollment counselors are here to help you understand the Healthcare Administration admission requirements and assist you throughout the entire application process.
If you have any questions about the coursework or the program requirements, please speak to one of our enrollment counselors at the email or phone number below.