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Executive Track

Thank you for your interest in the Texas A&M Executive Master of Health Administration program.  We have taken a pause in admissions for an August 2022 cohort as we critique our first five years and consider the changes in the delivery vehicles for executive education programming and how we can continue to effectively meet the changing needs of the mid-career health administration leaders. 

We expect to be accepting applications for an August 2023 cohort.  Please check this website for updates periodically or with Monica Garner, Senior Program Coordinator for the Texas A&M Master of Health Administration programs.  Please email Monica Garner.

The Executive Master of Health Administration track of the MHA Program is specifically tailored to mid-career health care professionals with at least 5 five years of increasing responsibilities within health services or related industries who need formal leadership knowledge to enhance their career..

The program prepares individuals to assume leadership positions in a broad range of health services organizations including hospitals, health systems, physician group practices, health maintenance organizations, long-term care facilities, consulting firms, and insurance companies. The program is also ranked as one of the top health administration management programs in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.

The curriculum provides a core body of knowledge about leading health care systems and organizations, beginning with descriptive and analytical courses. The curriculum focuses on the application and integration of acquired knowledge throughout the didactic portion of the program.

The course sequence for the Executive MHA is lock-step with no electives. Courses are taught in-person one weekend a month for 24 months. Each course is taught over two consecutive months with instruction occurring primarily through intense weekend classes supported with online content between weekends.

The executive track admits students annually every August.