ADU’s wholistic approach begins the moment you decide to pursue an Executive Master of Healthcare Administration degree. If you work in healthcare management and have at least three years of experience in a management position, we have made it easy for you to apply.
Admission to the EMHA program is available to students who have a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution and who are currently working in healthcare (with at least three years’ experience in management, HR, budgeting, etc.).
Additional requirements include:
- Application and fee
- Essay or goal statement
- 3 letters of recommendation. At least one letter should be from a past instructor or professor and two should be professional recommendations.
- Minimum 3.0 GPA
After admission to the program, we’ll conduct an official transfer credit evaluation to see if any courses you took at a different, regionally accredited institution can apply towards your EMHA degree. If you have questions about transferring credits, an Admissions Coordinator is available to answer them.
Program Details and Financial Aid
There are a total of 33 credit hours in the program and it can be completed in as few as 18 months. Additional undergraduate courses may need to be completed.
Visit our Investment page to learn more about the value of earning your degree with ADU Online and for more information on tuition and financial aid.
A variety of financial aid options, including local, national, and ADU scholarships, are available.
Applicants who work in the Florida Hospital System can use employer reimbursement to pay for their degree. To reach the education assistance team, call 407-303-3452 or email them at FH.Tuition.Reimbursement@ahss.org. Your director will need to approve you for reimbursement. After you’ve received approval, the education assistance team will work with ADU Online to help manage the reimbursement while you earn your degree.
If you aren’t an employee of Florida Hospital, contact your employer directly to see if it offers tuition reimbursement or speak with an Admissions Coordinator at ADU.
ADU is committed to helping our students succeed, from the beginning. To learn more about how to apply for the EMHA, contact us now.