MHA-MBA Dual Public Health Degree

As one of the largest sectors of the U.S. economy, healthcare has become more complex both medically and administratively. The combination of general business skills and specific health administration knowledge presented in Masters of Health Administration – Masters of Business Administration (MHA-MBA) dual degree prepares you to help organizations successfully manage the business side of healthcare. 

Courses within this dual program, such as Health Economics, Marketing, Executive Leadership, and Strategic Management, will allow you to become skilled in the management of health care processes, quality improvement, finances, and analytics. This dual degree will provide both professional and leadership development, as well as functional management skills, which should prepare MHA-MBA graduates to assume fast-track leadership positions in a variety of healthcare organizations.

Potential careers you may pursue with the MBA-MHA Dual Degree include:

  • Healthcare CEO/COO
  • Executive director
  • Department/division manager
  • Healthcare consultant
  • Strategic project manager
  • Hospital administrator
  • Pharmaceutical brand manager
  • Corporate development associate
  • Performance improvement leader

George Washington University

Milken Institute School of Public Health


Master of Health Administration

With GW’s online Master of Health Administration program, MHA@GW, you can earn your degree and become a health care leader in as few as 24 months. Bachelor’s degree required. No GRE/GMAT required.

  •  Complete online in as few as 24 months
  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • No GRE/GMAT scores required


Explore MHA-MBA Dual Degree Programs

If this type of program is something that you are interested in pursuing, below is a list of schools that offer the Masters of Health Administration – Masters of Business Administration dual degree. 

Information updated as of April 2020