Improve patient outcomes through data
with ACU’s online MHA with a specialization in Analytics
- Take specialized courses that address healthcare applications for data mining, data management, and data visualization.
- Increase your capacity to manage, analyze, report, and present data by mastering the use of the latest contemporary data tools.
- Be part of a Christ-centered online community with professors and classmates.
Our Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) program prepares you to inspire excellence, attain a shared vision, and achieve strategic goals as an effective healthcare leader. By completing our Analytics track, you can enhance your organizational decision-making abilities by viewing patient-centered objectives and outcomes through the increasingly influential lens of big data.
"Recognized for Quality and Innovation"
National publications are paying increased attention to what Abilene Christian University has to offer—both on-campus and online.
In fact, in its most recent “America’s Best Colleges” guide, U.S. News & World Report names ACU:
- No. 17 Overall Regional University (West).
- No. 2 Most Innovative Regional University (West).
- No. 5 Best Value Regional University (West).
- Among the Best Colleges for Veterans.
Abilene Christian University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate, baccalaureate, master's, and doctoral degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Ga. 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of ACU.
Mobile Learning Innovation
Because you are immersed in a digitally connected world, ACU is committed to providing innovative technologies that can help you build rapport and develop meaningful relationships with instructors and your fellow students.
Our online learning platform allows you to communicate with professors from mobile devices and interact with classmates through group work, blogs, and discussion boards.
ACU’s online flexibility empowers you to balance work, family, church, and other personal commitments while earning your degree.