The Master of Health Administration (Community Care) is the first Canadian graduate degree in this dynamic and growing sector. With the increasing importance of community care across healthcare systems, this program addresses the critical need for leaders who know how to negotiate and manage care delivery across networks of provider organizations to a range of clients and families. This program builds on Toronto Metropolitan University's expertise in providing career-focused programs and experiential learning opportunities as numerous healthcare organizations have partnered with the program in the design and delivery of this innovative curriculum.
This program addresses the need for innovative and entrepreneurial managers who can effectively and ethically lead, manage and/or start organizations that deliver care across diverse populations and locations. The program’s convenient downtown location and modular format enables students to work full-time while completing the program in 16 months. The MHA (CC) is designed for professionals already working in healthcare and those interested in transitioning into this vital and rewarding career.
For information on how to apply, see Admissions
We trust you are keeping well and managing the daily complications associated with community efforts to mitigate the spread of the Covid 19 virus. We are grateful for the important work you are doing in your respective healthcare and support organizations in Ontario, Canada and the world to address this threat.
From March 13, 2020 Toronto Metropolitan University has been teaching all courses online and from March 18, only essential services are offered on Campus. Updates are posted on the university's COVID-19 Information and Updates website. Program support staff are working hard to continue operations, including program delivery, administration, and student recruitment. However, we are working from home.