Masters in Hospital Administration (MHA)
MHA (Master of Hospital Administration) Programme is currently under the Department of Health Innovation. By this health professionals can prepare themselves into knowledgeable, ethical, and innovative health administrators. Thus they can give their best for the betterment of the healthcare sector.
Details of this course:
20% seats are reserved under State / Govt. quota and 80% seats are under the Management quota.
Any graduate. For pass course students, minimum 50% marks are required: for honours students, no cut-off percentage is there.
Mode of Admission:
By entrance examination conducted by the University
- Can get a job as an “Administrative Officer” in Operations, Human Resource & Development, Finance Departments or “Floor Manager” in various Central/State Govt./ Private Hospitals. Can become an Asst. Superintendent of a Hospital.
- Can join a Hospital Management college or Institution as an “Asst. Professor”.
- Have the opportunity to go for further studies in the field of Hospital Management/Ph.D. etc.
- Can become an Entrepreneur.
- General Management
- Organisational Behaviour
- Human Resource Management in Healthcare
- Accounts and Financial Management
- Health Economics
- Healthcare Analytics
- Industrial Laws and Medico-legal Issues
- Marketing and Customer Relations Management
- Material Management in Healthcare
- Epidemiology and Public Health Administration
- Statistics and Research Methodology
- Operations Research in Healthcare
- Administration of Clinical Services
- Administration of Non-Clinical Services and HIS
- Hospital Planning and Organisation
- Quality Management in Healthcare
- Biopharmaceutical Manager
- Clinical Director/Supervisor
- Clinical Trials Manager
- Data Analyst
- Finance Manager
- Healthcare Consultant
- Healthcare Executive
- Operations Manager
- Quality and Safety Manager
- Risk and Compliance Manager
- Careers after master’s in healthcare administration
Healthcare managers and executives get their job at a variety of workplaces, including:
- Private medical practices
- Physician group practices
- Biopharmaceutical companies
- Payer organizations
- Government agencies
- Outpatient care centers
- Nursing and residential care facilities
- Home care organizations
- Mental health facilities
- Rehabilitation centres