DHA Trip to the Nation's Capital

Doctor of Health Administration Programs

Register:
DHA Lunch 'n Learn
Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Listen and watch our DHA Alumni talk about their experiences in the program

The College of Health Professions (CHP) offers three unique, doctoral-level programs in health administration. Each is designed to allow ambitious health care professionals to turn their clinical or administrative experiences into opportunities to teach, shape public policy and/or lead complex organizations. Successful applicants will posses relevant Masters degrees and at least five years of practical experience in the field.

DHA Students on Capital HillExecutive Program
The world of health care is complex, and ever-changing, and will benefit from individuals who marry their deep learning with a desire to influence others. Candidates in the DHA-Executive program have achieved senior-level administrative positions, and now seek the next level of learning. Our graduates generally intend to turn their doctoral degrees into higher education faculty positions, into leadership roles in health care advocacy, or into the highest levels of health care administration. Courses are offered in executive format to allow students to combine their professional and academic lives. Required on-campus sessions are held one long weekend per semester.
Interprofessional Studies

Interprofessional Studies Program
CHP is considered a national leader in the “interprofessional” approach to health care. This point-of-view harnesses the wide range of expertise found in a medical team, integrating their specialties into a patient-centered approach. Our DHA-Interprofessional turns this CHP core philosophy into a degree, fostering collaborative thinking in future health care faculty, advocates and executives. This program features evidence-based practice and hones individual leadership skills in order to broaden the health care community’s embrace of inter-professional practice. Courses are offered in executive format to allow students to combine their professional and academic lives. Required on-campus sessions are held one long weekend per semester.

Information Systems

Information Systems  NEW!
With national attention focused on improving efficiencies and outcomes in healthcare delivery, information management is emerging as a key to future success. This new program delivers cutting-edge, doctoral level training in an on-line environment, allowing students to continue working while studying. Professionals will apply their experience in healthcare technology to this degree, emerging prepared to help shape policy and improve patient outcomes. Courses are offered in executive format to allow students to combine their professional and academic lives. Required on-campus sessions are held one long weekend per semester.

State Authorization Information:

Due to various Department of Education and state higher education regulations, MUSC's Doctor of Health Administration is currently only authorized to enroll students residing in certain states which are shown here:
http://academicdepartments.musc.edu/esl/em/admissions/application/dha/dha.htm


We are actively pursuing authorizations in other states. If you are a resident of a state which is not included in the list above, please contact Dr. James Zoller at zollerjs@musc.edu or 843-792-3849.

 
 
 

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