MBA/Master of Health Services Administration
The College of Business and the School of Public Health at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor offer a dual degree program leading to the Master of Health Services Administration (MHSA) and the Master of Business Administration (MBA). This program takes advantage of many areas of overlap between the two curricula, and allows admitted students to receive both degrees upon completion of a minimum of 81 graduate credits.
The UM-Ann Arbor MHSA has been the top-ranked program of its kind by US News every year since 1994.
Admissions and Administration
Students must apply and be accepted by each school to pursue the dual MHSA and MBA. Students already enrolled in either degree may apply for the second degree before completing one-half of their degree requirements. Applicants submit either GMAT or GRE test scores in support of their applications.
The Dual MHSA and MBA program is co-directed by the Director of the MHSA residential program and the Director of Graduate Programs for the COB. Students will have an advisor in each school.