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Sloan Program in Health Administration

Excellence in Innovation Since 1955.

For more than 60 years, the Sloan MHA Program has prepared students for leadership positions in the health care industry. Sloan graduates enter the job market with strong management skills, a deep understanding of the health care industry, and connections to our vast Sloan alumni network. Relationships with alumni help students while at Cornell and during their entire professional career.

“Our program combines rigorous academics with practical learning opportunities to provide students with the skills and experiences required to improve the health care system through leadership and innovation.” – Sean Nicholson, Professor and Director

Sloan Degrees

+ Residential MHA Program

  • Two-year MHA (Master of Health Administration) degree
  • Two-year dual degree MHA/MBA (Master of Health Administration and Master of Business Administration) degree with the Johnson Graduate School of Management
  • Three-year dual degree MHA/MPA (Master Health Administration and Master of Public Administration) with the MPA Program
  • Combined five-year BS/MHA degree (Bachelor of Science and Master of Health Administration) for specific current students in the Brooks School and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. 

+ Online EMHA Program

  • 18 month online EMHA (Executive Master of Health Administration) degree

 

Sloan in the News

EIRs

Sloan Program in Health Administration students will be working with five executives-in-residence. Sloan Program Associate Director Julie Carmalt says the students will have a range of mentoring and networking opportunities while learning from prominent leaders in the health care field.

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The Sloan Program in Health Administration is CAHME-accredited.