Due to the nature of being online, students are required to have:
Recommended technologies include:
A professional résumé will include professional and educational experience, as well as any outstanding achievements, honors, awards, pertinent community or professional activities.
3. Personal Statement
A brief personal statement will describe the applicant’s reasons for pursuing the Executive Master of Health Administration degree, how the degree will enhance or transition the individual’s career, and what the applicant hopes to contribute to the field.
4. Non-refundable Application Fee
A non-refundable application fee of $85 for all applicants is payable by credit card through the online Graduate Admission Application. Current USC students, alumni, full-time employees, faculty or dependents are exempt from the application fee.
5. Official Transcripts
6. Letters of Recommendation
Three letters of recommendation are required. We suggest that applicants who anticipate remaining employed during their studies include a letter of support from their employer. Please note: Letters of recommendation must be submitted through the online application system. We will not accept letters of recommendation through postal mail.
7. Test Scores
official TOEFL/IELTS scores – Official scores must be received directly from the testing service and date no earlier than 2 years (24 months) prior to the start of your intended first term at USC. (Institution code: 4852)
The cost of the Executive MHA is $56,622. The program cost includes all 36 units of tuition for a two-year program sequence. Also included in the program cost are food service fees for HMGT (executive-only) courses and residency.
Additional fees will be assessed for extension of program studies beyond a two-year period.
The USC Price School scholarships are not awarded to Executive MHA students. Tuition assistance may apply for USC faculty and staff. Please check with the USC Benefits Office.
The USC Admission and Financial Aid Office provides financial aid packages to U.S. citizens and eligible non-U.S. citizens, mainly in the form of graduate school loans. Additional information is available to prospective applicants by contacting the USC Admission and Financial Aid office athttp://www.usc.edu/admission/graduate/.
Tuition for the Executive MHA may be tax-deductible. We advise that you consult with your financial advisor for more information.
All correspondence, applications or materials not submitted online should be directed to: