1. What is the MHA, Master of Hospital Administration course?
Master of Hospital Administration is a post-graduation course in Hospital Management. It contains the entire gamut of Hospital Management and administration as it's core aspect. Hospital Management Professionals are also considered as Health care professionals who drive hospitals in the leadership and administrative systems in a dynamic platform.
2. What could be the subjects in the MHA course?
Although Hospital Management and administration are the main subjects, there are other subjects too such as:
- Health Care & Hospital Management
- Human Physiology and basic terminology
- Health Care Economics.
- Organization and Management Process.
- Information Technology for Hospitals.
- Quantitative Techniques for Management.
- Patient behavior & Overall care
- Healthcare and Insurance
3. What are the basic eligibility criteria to do the MHA course?
MHA is a 2-year post-graduation course. An individual needs to have passed the undergrad or BSc course with the basic subjects as Physics, Chemistry, and Biology/Maths with a 50% aggregate score. On the other hand, BHA(Bachelor of Hospital Administration) completed candidates have an upper hand as they would have had basics of this course covered too in their undergrad degree.
4. What could be the scope of employment post-MHA?
There are various career options for an MHA qualified candidate.
1. Government and Private institutions have vacancies for Professors who have completed the MHA course.
2. You can work across healthcare sectors such as hospitals, clinics or pharmaceutical firms.
3. If you have excellent communication skills and leadership skills combined with the MHA course, you can have leading positions in Research and clinical laboratories
5. Is there any entrance exam for joining MHA?
There is no specific entrance exam for joining the MHA course. However, the eligibility criteria is at least 50% aggregate in BHA to opt for this course.