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General University Information
Mount St. Mary’s University, also known as The Mount, is a private, liberal arts, Catholic university in the Catoctin Mountains near Emmitsburg, Maryland. It was founded by French émigré Father John DuBois (Père Jean Dubois) in 1808 and is the oldest independent Catholic college in the United States. (It is the second oldest Catholic college in the United States, after Georgetown.) The school became co-educational in 1972. In addition to its undergraduate school, the university includes five graduate programs, including a seminary. Dr. Thomas H. Powell is the University’s president.
Our Master of Health Administration (MHA) program prepares graduates to deal with the integration of healthcare delivery systems and technological innovations by providing effective and ethical managerial leadership skills at a time when healthcare is in a highly competitive solution-based environment. Course content will contain Lean Six Sigma methodologies to train and prepare students to the equivalency of a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.
- Completing application for admission (available from the MBA office or online). Please type or print neatly.
- Attaching current résumé or brief statement, in essay form, describing your professional experience and career objectives.
- Including application fee of $35 US (nonrefundable); Make checks payable to Mount St. Mary’s University.
- Requesting copies of official transcripts from all schools attended after high school. Official copies should be sent directly to the MBA office. For your convenience, a transcript request form is available online.
- If GMAT is required, submit copy of test scores. Arrange to have official scores sent directly to the MBA office.
- Schedule and appointment with an advisor at 301-447-5326.