Online (and Onsite) MHA Programs in Tennessee
We wanted to pick a couple of programs available in the state of Tennessee and highlight some of the unique aspects we pay attention to. Finding these details can help you differentiate between programs and make the program selection process easier.
University of Memphis
The University of Memphis’ MHA program is ranked among the best healthcare programs in the nation by Modern Healthcare and the US News & World Report. The MHA career track is based on 53 career hours and provides students with the necessary tools and competencies to achieve success in their journey as a healthcare administrator.
To apply for admission, you are required to provide an undergraduate GPA, a GRE score, two letters of recommendation, a statement of intent, and resume. Prospective students are interviewed by faculty and then recommendations are submitted to the admissions committee for entry to the program.
The most recent program outcome, in 2015, shows a graduation rate of 93.3% and an employment within 3 months of graduation rate of 92.9%.
Austin Peay State University
This university boasts a high standard of education due to their 180 years of teaching in Clarksville, Tennessee, and offers more than 108 different concentrations. It is one of Tennessee’s fastest growing schools and hosts one of the top eight ROTC program.
The focus of this university’s MHA program is to build students into future leaders for healthcare organizations. This program allows convenience for working healthcare professionals because it is administered online.
About 91% of students who go through this program also end up graduating. This program is a great fit for those who want to finish an MHA program within a year. Students with an undergraduate GPA of 3.5 are qualified for a GRE waiver.