Concurrent MHA/MPA Degree Program
John Rigg, MHA, MPA, 2006
VP for Federal Regulatory Affairs
California Hospital Association
This concurrent degree program serves students who are interested in pursuing careers in the health care industry that focus specifically on management and policy issues relating to public and non-profit organizations. Students take courses in both the Department of Health Services and in the Evans School of Public Affairs. Faculty from both programs are actively involved in the advising and mentoring of concurrent students. The concurrent program typically takes three years to complete, at which time the student receives both the MHA and MPA degrees. The MPA and MHA programs both require a final project in lieu of a thesis.MHA course requirements
If you are considering this concurrent degree or have questions, please contact the MHA Program Office.
MPA Program Information
Information regarding the admissions process for the MPA program can be found on the Evans School of Public Affairs admission page.
Evans School of Public Affairs
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-3055