Program Handbook

Your program handbook is your ultimate guide through the Master of Healthcare Administration program. Please refer to this document for specific requirements and information regarding the program and school policies.

Three-Year Course Rotation

Below is the three-year class schedule for the courses offered by the Department of Healthcare Administration. The schedule below should be used as a reference for when classes are expected to be offered. Check with this document and your advisor when creating your individualized degree plan.


Your graduate coordinator is your primary point of contact through your degree program and will provide oversight of admissions, progression through the program, and graduation. If at any point through your program you seek advising, please contact Erin Rosenberg, MS, MHA.


During your internship, you will gain real-world experience working alongside healthcare professionals to address current healthcare issues. Discover your opportunities and learn more about the internship experience by contacting Bobbie Jo Trude at

Beyond the Classroom

We recognize that personalized and hands-on experiences are imperative to students' educations and future careers, which is why we highly encourage you to become involved in our centers, programs, laboratories, and student associations. If you wish to become involved, visit our Centers, Programs, and Laboratories page or our Student Associations page.

Scholarships, Fellowships, and Assistantships

Discover current scholarship and assistantship opportunities through the School of Public Health.

Additional Resources

Please visit our Student Resources page for more information on Student Travel Award Applications, Code of Student Conduct, the UNLV Graduate College, Probation and Separation Policies, and more.


Below is the latest CAHME accreditation document for the MHA program.