Health Administration Degrees in North Dakota

Programs Currently Accepting Applicants

According to the CDC, ranks relatively well in mortality indicators, even those diseases that are considered the leading causes of death in North Dakota. In fact, even though heart disease is the number one killer of people living in North Dakota, its rate is well below the U.S. rate for heart disease as it ranks 42nd among all states in this category.

Yet, North Dakota still suffers from its share of societal health issues. One issue that plagues North Dakota is mental health, specifically substance abuse, indicated by the number of drug overdose deaths seen in North Dakota over the past year.

Another issue is controlling premiums and offering more options for health coverage to North Dakota citizens, while maintaining fair treatment to its insurees.

Passionate people who care about attenuating these health issues in their communities are greatly encouraged to advance their skills and knowledge through educational.

One educational route that many professionals across the country have taken is an advanced degree in health administration. If you think you are one of these passionate individuals, take the time to explore Master's in Healthcare Administration options that North Dakota offers.

Online (and Onsite) MHA Programs in North Dakota

Here are two programs that are available in the state of North Dakota for those looking to enroll into a healthcare administration degree.

University of Mary

The University of Mary offers a unique dual Master of Science in Nursing and Masters in Business Administration program for nurses who want to blend clinical and business management perspectives.

This program intends to give nurses confidence in their leadership abilities that are needed to work with an interdisciplinary team, consumers, key stakeholders who all work to grow a healthcare organization and its surrounding community.

The online program is filled with supportive faculty, classmates, and advisors who are all essential to advancing your career in nursing and business.

The estimated cost of tuition and fees for this dual MSN/MBA program is $575 per credit hour

Or in other words $12,820 per academic year.

This program crosses over to courses in both degree programs, and requires students to do a capstone service project
that applies nursing and management theory to practice. Additionally, in order to graduate from this program, students must complete 500 hours of practical leadership experiences as part of their curriculum.

The application requirements for this program are an undergraduate GPA of 2.75 or higher, an active RN license, official transcripts, two letters of reference, a resume, and a goal statement.

University of North Dakota

This university offers a Master's in Public Administration with a defined track in health administration and social entrepreneurship.

In addition to offering classes on-site, the program is presented online, allowing students to earn a top-ranked degree no matter where they live.

The estimated time to complete this program is 2 or more years

Accounting for the entire 34 credit hours necessary to graduate.

The estimated time to complete this program is 2 or more years, accounting for the entire 34 credit hours necessary to graduate.

This program is for students who want specific instructions on ways to address challenges facing government and non-profit organizations. Topics such as ethics, management, and leadership as related to public policy and administration are taught in this program.

  • Hospital administration
  • Human resources
  • Nonprofit management
  • Management consulting
Programs Currently Accepting Applicants

With GW’s online Master of Health Administration program, [email protected], you can earn your degree and become a health care leader in as few as 24 months. Bachelor’s degree required. No GRE/GMAT required.
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American University’s online MS in Healthcare Management will give you the skills you need to manage effectively within healthcare organizations and successfully navigate change. Graduate Certificate option also available.
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Earn an MS in Health Informatics & Analytics online from Tufts School of Medicine in as few as 20 months. Graduate prepared to process data to improve health on an individual, local, and global scale. GRE waivers available.
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The George Washington University’s (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences offers online Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences (BSHS) programs for healthcare professionals, including a BSHS in Clinical Operations and Healthcare Management.
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Common Master's in Health Care Administration Degree Concepts

Below are sample courses from the University of Mary's and University of Dakota's program web pages. These courses represent a variation in common degree concepts omnipresent among other MHA programs.

Government & Business

Students are taught about public and business administration in business and government. The course looks at ethical responsibilities of business and government in our society and the interrelationship between different institutions in an era of globalization.

Research Methods

This course explores approaches to research and important skills needed to do effective and honest research. The course then introduces techniques of empirical research that includes research design, measurement, data gathering, and data analysis.

Managerial Finance

This course explores the financial decision-making process and preparing expense budgets and financial plans to meet requirements set forth by the Health Care Finance Administration.

What Can a Health Administrator Do?

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, North Dakota currently employs over 910 professionals health managers and administrators. The median salary is $93,840 for all managers working and residing in North Dakota.

If you are interested in pursuing your MHA, an accredited North Dakota university might be the ideal fit, and a way to advance your career. You are welcomed to consider any of the options listed below.

List of Programs

Programs Currently Accepting Applicants

George Washington University

Online Master of Health Administration
CAHME Accredited

American University

Online MS in Health Care Management
Accredited

Tufts University

Online MS in Health Informatics & Analytics
Accredited

George Washington University

BSHS in Clinical Operations and Healthcare Management
Accredited

List of North Dakota Programs

Programs Currently Accepting Applicants
University of Mary
MSN/MBA: HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATION
MSN/MBA in Healthcare Administration Degree Program at University of Mary is offered both online and blended (Online / On-site) formats. The program offers clinical and healthcare management skills. The online MSN-MBA program is accredited by the CCNE.
Bismarck
University of Mary
MSN/MBA: HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATION
MSN/MBA in Healthcare Administration Degree Program at University of Mary is offered both online and blended (Online / On-site) formats. The program offers clinical and healthcare management skills. The online MSN-MBA program is accredited by the CCNE.
Bismarck
University of Mary
MSN NURSING LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
MSN Nursing Leadership And Management program at University of Mary provides strong background in healthcare business concepts that emphasize leadership in the context of advanced nursing practice in healthcare.
Bismarck