The University of Southern Indiana (USI) is a public university in Vanderburgh County, Indiana. This publicly funded institution has been among the fastest growing comprehensive state universities in Indiana. Record fall enrollment in 2010 reached 10,702. The University has a modern 300-acre (1.2 km2) suburban campus situated within wooded rolling hills.
The College of Nursing and Health Professions offers a Master of Health Administration (MHA) advanced degree online with 3-day on-campus intensives which occur twice a year. Students can complete the program in six semesters over a two-year period.
The MHA program prepares students for a wide variety of leadership positions in the fast-growing public and private health care sectors, including careers as executive and middle-level managers, planners, policy analysts, and consultants. Typical health care opportunities include, but are not limited to, positions in: hospitals, long term care facilities, physician practices, health insurance, pharmaceutical companies, consulting firms, government, and local or regional public health agencies.