Graduate Programs in Healthcare Administration

Health administration leaders never stop learning and need evolved skills for next-level care

UNE remains the #1 provider of healthcare professionals across the state of Maine with a legacy of top-ranked health profession programs, including the state’s only medical college. UNE is driven to prepare students to flourish in an ever-changing world with experiential education designed to improve the health of people, communities, and our planet.

Master of Healthcare Administration

The Master of Health Administration program is designed with curricular agility in mind, built with courses routinely updated to align with employer needs in the accelerating field of healthcare.

This graduate-level program cultivates career-ready professionals prepared to advance the industry forward and shape its future through learning innovative technologies, health policy and regulation, and healthcare planning and management.

Program Highlights:

  • 36-credit hour program
  • Complete in as quickly as 2 years
  • 100% Online with no campus visits required
  • No GRE or GMAT Required
  • Focus area curriculum to meet personal career goals
  • Regionally accredited by the New England Commission on Higher Education (NECHE)

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Graduate Certificates in Healthcare Administration

Students who successfully complete a graduate certificate in Healthcare Administration have the opportunity to build on their Healthcare Administration education and stack earned credits towards coursework requirements to earn their Master of Healthcare Administration degree.

Optional focus areas are available to diversify learning around specific career pathways including health data analytics, public health, or an individualized approach.

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The graduate programs in Healthcare Administration offer rolling admissions with 3 starts per year

UNE has a rolling admissions policy for the healthcare administration degree program, with three start dates each year (summer, fall and spring semesters). We process applications and accept students as we receive applications, so it’s beneficial to apply as soon as you’re able. Class sizes are kept purposefully small, and they do fill up.

Each semester consists of two eight-week terms. Click here for our Academic Calendar for a visual representation of what that means. Read more about what rolling admissions means for online graduate students.



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.