WSSU earns high ranking for its online Master of Healthcare Administration program
Winston-Salem State University has earned a high ranking for its online Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) program. EduMed.org named the WSSU online MHA program no. 5 in the nation based on quality, accessibility, affordability and commitment to student success.
“Our rankings showcase the schools giving future nurses and allied health professionals the best chance to succeed from day one in the classroom to day one on the job,” said Wes Harris, outreach coordinator for EduMed.org. “This starts with low-cost tuition, but also includes academic counseling, career placement and other key resources that students need to graduate and get hired.”
This ranking comes at a time when the need for excellent healthcare professionals is increasing. “One key to solving the healthcare shortage is making higher education more accessible,” said Harris. “Online programs open the door to students who may not be able to commit to a campus-based program while working, or to commute to a classroom at all. Each school in our rankings has made online learning a priority.”
WSSU’s online MHA program is rooted in health equity. The program strives to increase the participation of underrepresented populations throughout the region and the state North Carolina. Core academic requirements cover topics such as population health planning, health law, grant management and writing, and environmental health management. WSSU positions graduates from the MHA program to make a positive influence on the healthcare of individuals, families, and the communities in which they live.
Find out more about the WSSU MHA program.