Master of Health Administration, M.H.A.

The mission of the Master of Healthcare Administration (M.H.A.) degree is to develop leaders who possess the values, knowledge, and skills to manage optimal delivery of healthcare. If you have specific questions related to degree programs, scholarship deadlines, decision letters, etc., please contact the Georgia Southern Office of Graduate Admissions at

Beginning fall 2020, the Master of Health Administration program is planning to offer the degree on both the Armstrong and Statesboro campuses through the use of synchronous classroom technology with WCHP faculty instructors based on the Armstrong campus. Prospective applicants to the MHA program for fall 2020 will be required to designate their home campus preference in HAMPCAS.

Program Contact Information:

Joey Crosby, Ph.D, R.Ph
Program Director
Master of Health Administration
(912) 344-2657 (office)

Regular Admission Requirements
1. Application for admission via HAMPCAS
2. Official academic transcripts for all college coursework completed to date
3. Official GRE or GMAT scores (scores must be within the previous 5 years) – see note(s) that follow
4. Letter of Intent (Personal Essay) – 3 pages or less describing career goals and what you plan on accomplishing once a MHA degree is obtained
5. Resume
Waiver of Admission Test Requirement:

Applicants that possess an earned masters or doctorate degree from a regionally accredited institution and/or those possessing exceptional experiential and academic qualifications may be granted degree admission to the College of Graduate Studies without the submission of admission test scores. Admissions approval in such cases may only be granted by the Director of Graduate Studies following a review of the recommendation by the MHA Program Director. Please contact Dr. Joey Crosby, MHA Program Director, for additional information at or (912) 344-2657.

Additional Admission Requirements for all International Applicants:

Official transcripts of all colleges/universities – U.S. and International;

Evaluations of all non-U.S. transcripts from official evaluation services MUST be accredited by NACES.  This evaluation must state that you have the minimum equivalency of a 4 year U.S. bachelor’s degree and must include a course by course evaluation along with a grade point average calculation.

Official TOEFL or IELTS scores;

Original documentation certifying immigrant or non-immigrant status;

Copy of current passport;

Official English translation of all college/university transcripts earned outside of the U.S.

Fall Spring Summer
Final Deadline  July 1* Does not Admit Does Not Admit


International students on non-immigrant student visas (F-1,J-1, etc.) are not eligible for state or federal loans or scholarships.

The document deadline for international applicants (May 1st) is different from the deadline for domestic applicants, and international applicants must supply ALL required documents listed above by this deadline for formal admissions consideration.

Upon official acceptance, there are additional documentation requirements for international applicants. Please contact the Georgia Southern University Office of International Programs and Services for more information:

*The application and all ​​required documents listed on the “admissions requirements” tab​ for the program must be received by the deadline.  If all required documents are not received by the deadline your application will not be considered for admission.

Last updated: 8/7/2019

Office of Graduate Admissions • PO Box 8113 Statesboro, GA 30460 • (912) 478-5384 •