Doctor of Health Admin - Health Professional
Health Professional applicants should possess the following:
- Significant experience in clinical care or another health care related work force. A wide variety of related. backgrounds could apply.
- A post-baccalaurate degree or master's degree in a clinical field, or related area such as public health, health information technology, quality, and social work.
After initial screening, final candidates may be interviewed by the admissions committee.
1. Complete university application, which includes:
- Application fee
- Personal Information
- Contact Information
- Educational History Information
- 3 Professional References (names and email addresses will be needed for the application)
- Career Goal Essay
- Current Resume
2. Once you have completed and submitted a University application, you will need to submit the following supplemental materials:
- Official transcripts from all degree-bearing transcripts
- Current organizational chart with applicant's position highlighted (if available)
- Current position description
Please note: All above information must be received before an admission decision can be made. It is the applicant's responsibility to review the progress of his/her application by viewing the Application Progress Portal.
*Test Scores, such as the GRE or GMAT are not required.
The DHA Program has a rolling admissions process. Once all required applications materials have been received, they are shared with the DHA admissions committee for review. Admissions decisions are generally available in 2-4 weeks after an application is complete.
New cohorts begin each fall. Please, apply early to ensure space will be available in the next incoming cohort and to allow time to properly prepare for enrollment.
For program details, applicants are encouraged to contact the program directly.
|Dr. Jillian Harvey
Phone: (843) 792-3431
Student Services Coordinator
Phone: (843) 792-5323
|Start Term||Application Type||Available||Deadline|
|Fall 2020||Regular||September 1, 2019||Rolling|
|Fall 2020||Regular||September 1, 2020||Rolling|
Distance Education Information
MUSC has been approved by South Carolina to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements. NC-SARA is a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of postsecondary distance education. Currently, MUSC accepts applications to the Doctor of Health Administration from students who live in all states.
To learn more please see the Office of Institutional Effectiveness' State Authorization page.
MUSC’s DHA degree program is unable to admit international students requiring an F-1 visa. Applications will only be accepted from U.S. citizens, permanent residents, or those holding other valid nonimmigrant visa classifications that allow participation in lawful study while in the United States.