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Intensive MHA (16 months)

This option allows you to complete the MHA program in sixteen (16) months. Normally courses start the third week of August with two intensive weeks, which are compulsory. Note that most Health Management courses are offered after 4:00 p.m., while the MBA common core courses are normally offered between 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., or (on an exceptional basis) after 4:00 p.m.

In addition, some courses are intensive and will be delivered as a combination of classes offered during a week day (day or evening), and weekend (day or evening) over a short period (one to three weeks). The detailed timetable is available well in advance to allow students enough time to plan accordingly. 

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Intensive Schedule

Fall year 1

Year 1 - Fall Session
Code Title Block
MBA 5235 Management Skills (1.5 units) Intensive
MBA 5260 The World of the General Manager and of Strategic Management (1.5 units) Intensive
MBA 5265 Managing Corporate Performance (1.5 units) 2
MBA 5300 Data Analysis (3 units) 1 & 2
MBA 5340 Financial Accounting (3 units) 1 & 2
MHA 6360 Health Care in Canada: Overview (3 units) 1 & 2
MHA 6370 Introduction to Health Informatics (3 units) 1 & 2

Winter year 1

Year 1 - Winter Session
Code Title Block
ADM 6260 Project Management (1.5 units) Intensive
MBA 5236 Leadership and Management (1.5 units) 3
MBA 5330 Organizational Behavior & Human Resources Management (3 units) 3
MHA 6212 Governance and Ethical Management in Health Organizations (1.5 units) 3
MHA 6266 International Perspectives in Health Care (1.5 units) 4
MHA 6301 Population Health and Epidemiology (3 units) 3 & 4
MHA 6370 Introduction to Health Informatics (3 units) 3 & 4
MHA 6380 Quantitative Methods and Their Applications to Health Care Decision Making (3 units) 3 & 4*

Spring/summer year 1

Year 1 - Spring/Summer Session
Code Title Block
     
MHA 6215 Management and Evaluation of Quality of Patient Care (1.5 units) Intensive
MHA 6216 Risk Management in Health Care (1.5 units) 6
MHA 6230 Human Resource Management in Health Care (1.5 units) Intensive
MHA 6250 Health Care Accounting and Finance (1.5 units) 6
MHA 6271 Technology as An Instrument of Change in Health Care (1.5 units) 5
MHA 6351 Health Economics (3 units) 5 & 6
MHA 6361 Leading Strategy and Change in Health Care Organizations (3 units) 5 & 6*

Fall year 2

 
Code Title Block
MHA 6203 Program Evaluation For Health Care Managers (1.5 units) Intensive
MHA 6990 Health Care Administrative Residency and Field Project (7.5 units) 7 & 8

*MHA 6380 will be offered in the Spring of year 2 and MHA 6361 will be offered in the Winter of year 2 in alternate years. Please check the courses and timetables.

N.B. Changes to the program structure may occur due to resource unavailability. Please verify the Timetables to confirm the course offering for a particular term or block.

Professional MHA (28 months)

As a working professional, you may complete the MHA program requirements while continuing to maintain your full-time employment, with the exception of the four-month residency. Please note that in order to complete in 28 months, and in a cost effective way, the sequence of courses must be followed at all time. Normally the program starts on the fourth week of August with the orientation that may include Friday night, Saturday and Sunday during the day). All terms are compulsory. All Health Management courses are normally offered after 4:00 p.m. Students register full-time for the 28 months of the program. Please see the tuition fees web page for more information.

In addition, some courses are intensive and will be delivered as a combination of classes offered during a week day (day or evening), and weekend (day or evening) over a short period (one to three weeks). This will require that you free yourself up from work to attend class (the equivalent of around 11 days (full day or half day) over the program duration). The detailed timetable is available well in advanced to allow students to plan accordingly. 

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Professional Schedule (Full-Time-28 months)

Fall year 1

Year 1 - Fall Session
Code Title Block
MBA 5235 Management Skills  (1.5 units) 1
MBA 5300 Data Analysis (3 units) 1 & 2
MHA 6360 Health Care in Canada (3 units)

1 & 2

MHA 6230 Health Human Resource Management (3 units) 1 & 2

Winter year 1

Code Title Block
MBA 5330 Org. Behaviour and Human Resources Management (3 units) 3 & 4
MHA 6301 Population Health Epidemiology and Evaluation (3 units) 3 & 4
ADM6260 Project Management (1.5 units) 3 & 4

Spring/summer year 1

Year 1 - Spring / Summer Session
Code Title Block
MHA6351 Health Economics (3 units) 5 & 6
MHA6212 Governance and Ethical Management in Health Organizations (1.5 units) 5
MBA 5340 Financial Accounting and Decisions (3 units) 5 & 6
     

Fall year 2

Year 2 - Fall Session
Code Title Block
MBA 5236 Leadership and Management (1.5 units) 7
MHA 6370 Introduction to Health Informatics (3 units) 7 & 8
MBA5260 The World of the General Manager and of Strategic Management (1.5 units) 8

Winter year 2

Year 2 - Winter Session
Code Title Block
MBA5265 Performance Management (1.5 units) 9
MHA6215 Management and Evaluation of Quality in Health Care (1.5 units) 9
MHA 6266 International Perspectives in Health Care (1.5 units) 10
MHA 6361

Leading Strategy and Change in Health Care Org. (3 units)

9 & 10

Spring/summer year 2

Year 2 - Spring / Summer Session
Code Title Block
MHA 6380 Quantitative Methods and Their Applications (3 units) 11 & 12
MHA 6271 Technology as an Instrument of Change in Health Care (1.5 units) 11
MHA 6216 Risk Management in Health Care (1.5 units) 12
MHA 6250 Health Care Finance (1.5 units) 11

Fall year 3

Year 3 - Fall Session (Students must register full-time)
Code Title Block
MHA 6203 Program Evaluation For Health Care Managers (1.5 units) Aug.-Nov.
MHA 6990 Health Care Administrative Residency and Field Project (7.5 units) 13 & 14

*MHA 6380 will be offered in the Spring of year 2 and MHA 6361 will be offered in the Winter of year 2 in alternate years. Please check the courses and timetables.
N.B. Changes to the program structure may occur due to resource unavailability. Please verify the Timetables to confirm the course offering for a particular term or block.

Program Regulation

For more information regarding the regulations, please visit the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies at:


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