About the program
The Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) program aims to qualify students for leadership roles in the health care sector. The program promotes leadership, cognitive skills and analytical capabilities using a global perspective and enables students with administrative skill sets necessary for effective and efficient leadership and management of health care institutions in both public and private sectors. Students gain the ability to work with policies, laws, problems and issues facing health care with a focus on areas of quality assurance, risk management and insurance, health care laws and regulations, ethics and other methods and modern practices in managing the health care environment. This program, in collaboration with Colorado State University, builds the capacity of health practitioners to lead and work in the field of health care administration, and upskilling them to meet and exceed the conditions of the Ministry of Human Resource and Social Development and the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Successful completion of a 36 credit hours.
|Coding|| Course Name||Credit Hours||Prerequisite|
|HCM502||Organizational Behavior and Human Resources in Healthcare||3||-|
|HCM505||Research Methodology in health management||3||-|
|HCM506||Applied Biostatistics in Healthcare Administration||3||HCM505|
|HCM515||Health Law and Ethics||3||HCM500|
|HCM 563||Healthcare Insurance||3||-|
|The third level|
|HCM520||Quality and Patient Safety||3||HCM 500|
|HCM550||Healthcare Policy Analysis and Development||3||HCM 500|