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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 50 credits in required courses, including 9 credits in immersion experiences.
|Core online course requirements|
|HSML 6264||Health Care Management and Strategy|
|HSML 6265||Medical Informatics and Decision Management|
|HSML 6266||Health Care Financial Management|
|HSML 6267||Community and Population Health|
|HSML 6268||Health Economics and Quantitative Methods|
|HSML 6269||Quality and Performance Improvement|
|HSML 6280||Health Law and Policy|
|HSML 6281||Systems Thinking and Learning|
|HSML 6282||Organizational Research Project I|
|HSML 6283||Organization Research Project II|
|PUBH 6080||Pathways to Public Health *|
|On-site immersion requirements|
|HSML 6255||Leadership and Ethics I|
|HSML 6256||Leadership and Ethics II|
|HSML 6258||Health System Analysis|
|HSML 6259||Organization Research Project and Portfolio Presentation|
*PUBH 6080 is required only for students who do not have an MPH degree.
- Graduate Credit Requirement: 50 graduate credits are required.
- Grade Point Requirement: A 3.0 (B average) overall grade-point average is required.
- Time Limit Requirement: The degree must be completed within five years.
- ePortfolio: All MHA@GW students must complete a comprehensive leadership portfolio