Master of Health Administration with a Certificate in Health Care Corporate Compliance

Program Director J.H. Thorpe

GW's College of Professional Studies offers a 12-credit graduate certificate program in corporate compliance that draws faculty and expertise from the Milken Institute School of Public Health's Department of Health Policy and Management and a leading health care law firm in Washington, DC. The program focuses on healthcare laws and regulations as well as the tools and strategies for creating effective corporate compliance programs. 

Students who successfully complete the requirements for the certificate program may apply those credits as electives in the master of heath administration (MHA) degree program. All other degree requirements for the MHA must be fulfilled. Visit the program website for additional information.

Designed for working professionals, the 12-credit graduate certificate in health care corporate compliance (GW HCC Program or Program) provides students with a uniquely comprehensive education in health care corporate compliance. The Program is designed for current or aspiring corporate compliance officers and other working in compliance-related fields. The course of study, offered in just over seven months, is divided into three segments: Five-day, In-classroom Residency at GW's Graduate Education Center in Alexandria, VA (3 credits); Six-month, Online Distance Learning segment (6 credits); and Three-day, In-classroom Capstone back in Alexandria, VA (3 credits).

The graduate certificate in health care corporate compliance can be awarded in conjunction with a Master of Heath Administration (MHA). The 12 credits earned through the graduate certificate in health care corporate compliance may be applied as electives in this program.

All other degree requirements for the MHA Master's program must be fulfilled as noted on the MHA program page.

College of Professional Studies

The graduate certificate in health care corporate compliance is awarded through the GW College of Professional Studies. Visit the CPS website for more information.