College of Doctoral Studies
College of Doctoral Studies
Shape the future of health administration with a doctoral healthcare degree. In this program, you’ll learn how to expand your role as a health professional to meet the various challenges of health administration, such as improving the patient care experience and health of people, and decreasing the cost per capita of care.
Curated for busy health professionals, like you. All our courses are 100% online and only eight (8) weeks long, including two symposiums. That means you’ll have the flexibility to start your doctoral degree any time of the year and when it fits your busy schedule. Its convenience built into a challenging education that prepares you with the leadership skills needed to meet the growing demands of health administration.
BLS CATEGORY: Medical & Health Services Manager
Bureau of Labor Statistics job growth for medical and healthservices manager occupations is projected to be faster than average between 2021 and 2031.
You’ll take 18 core courses with program-specific curriculum to help you gain the confidence and skills to lead in health administration. These core courses include topics such as leadership theory, healthcare economics, risk management and evolution of healthcare programs to ensure organizations remain sustainable in a competitive environment.
DOCTORAL: $810 Tuition cost per credit
Cost per credit applies to all our doctoral degrees.
From grants and scholarships to transfer credits and federal financial aid, there are a variety of ways to pay for school and save on tuition.
BSM, 2014 | MHA, 2016 | DHA, 2020
“My achievement has brought a deep sense of personal satisfaction and opened a whole new world for me.”
Over 1 million alumni have earned their degrees while balancing work, school and life. So can you.
Once you’ve selected your doctoral degree program, choose your start date from our calendar, apply for free and register before the deadline (usually one week before the program starts). Then you'll speak to an enrollment representative to begin class.
Learn from accomplished, real-world faculty members who lead in the fields they teach. Our instructors go through a careful vetting process before joining our faculty ranks. They include industry leaders who encourage, challenge, and inspire our students. And with a student-faculty ratio of 32:1 , you’ll get the attention you need.
 This is a university-wide ratio. The College of Doctoral Studies student-faculty ratio may vary.
University of Phoenix has been continually accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org) since 1978.
The Doctor of Health Administration degree is designed to be completed in 42 months, but it depends on a few factors including whether you take breaks during your program.
Having a doctoral degree in health administration has become an increasingly important way to gain the knowledge and critical skills today's workers need to stay competitive in health administration. The US Bureau of Labor Statics projects that job growth for medical and health services managers are expected to grow faster than average — that’s 28% between 2021 and 2031.* So if you’re looking to build knowledge and career-relevant skills, the Doctor of Health Administration degree could help.
*The BLS Projected Growth for 2021-2031 is published by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. This data reflects the BLS’ projections of national (not local) conditions. These data points are not specific to University of Phoenix students or graduates.
Yes! University of Phoenix has been continually accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org) since 1978.