How much is a MHA if studying half online and half on-campus?

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How much is a MHA if studying half online and half on-campus?

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According to the U.S. News & World Report, obtaining an online Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) can cost as little as $200 per credit for in-state students or $700 - $1,500 for out-of-state students. This adds up to a grand total of approximately $6,500 - $36,000 for in-state students or $26,000 - $75,000 for out-of-state students to obtain the full degree. As degrees that are fully online typically cost less than the on-campus version, we can assume that an MHA that is taken half online and half on-campus will cost more than the values that have been stated above.

A typical MHA degree ranges from 32 credits to 60 credits, with full-time students being able to complete this master's program in approximately two academic years. If they choose to pursue a specialization along with their degree, they will need to spend an additional one to two years to complete it (for a total of three to four years).

For more information about the pros and cons of an MHA, check out this article: Pros & Cons of a Master's in Healthcare Administration

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