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"The Global MHA program at Central Michigan University has been a game changer for me. As a busy full-time employee and a mom of two children under six, this program has been wonderful! The cohorts are amazing and promote a positive team learning environment. I have learned a lot about different facets of healthcare from the course materials as well as my fellow students. The instructors make themselves readily available and always willing to help. The ability to earn your Masters from home without sacrificing the quality of education makes this program an easy choice for anyone looking to advance their career."     ~Heather McGovern, current MHA student

Caitlin Kreutzberg-Web.jpg"I chose CMU to pursue my MHA because I recognize the high-quality and focus this program has to offer. I am currently in a full-time career and wanted to continue my education, but didn't have the time to enroll in a traditional master's program. I love that CMU now offers an online MHA; it gives me the flexibility to work full time as well as further my education. I feel that the 8-week accelerated courses are a nice way to focus on one area at a time and dedicate all my attention on a class-by-class basis. I am very excited about the upcoming opportunity to travel to Alaska for one of our courses."
  ~Caitlin Kreutzberg, current MHA student 

Aaron Gonzalez-Web.jpg"CMU has a nationally ranked undergraduate and doctoral program for Health Administration. I wanted to set the foundation for other leaders as we moved towards national ranking for the Master of Health Administration program. I want to be able to come back to CMU and talk about my experiences in Chicago and how the course work at every level ties into what I do on a day-to-day basis. I picked CMU based on the structure of the classes; 1 class every 8 weeks. The structure for the classes allows me to budget my time so I can successfully complete my school work, while planning a wedding, working full time, and still achieving work/school/life balance."    
~Aaron Gonzales, current MHA student