Seton Hall University’s MHA Program Earns Reaccreditation for Seven Years

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SPRING HOUSE, PA — The Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME) has granted a seven-year reaccreditation to Seton Hall University’s Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) program. This decision affirms the program’s continued excellence in preparing future healthcare leaders.

Vikram Dayalu, interim dean of the School of Health and Medical Sciences at Seton Hall University, expressed pride in the reaccreditation. “Seton Hall University is proud to announce the reaccreditation of its MHA program,” he said. “With the endorsement of CAHME, we look forward to advancing our mission to educate and inspire a new generation of healthcare innovators.”

Anne Hewitt, chair and professor of the Department of Interprofessional Health Sciences and Health Administration at Seton Hall University, also praised the program’s achievements. “The MHA at Seton Hall University continues to provide quality education to the future leaders of New Jersey and beyond,” she said. Hewitt added that the CAHME reaccreditation reinforces their national reputation as one of the outstanding programs in the country.

CAHME accreditation is a rigorous process, involving detailed evaluations by experts in healthcare management education. Dr. Anthony Stanowski, president and CEO of CAHME, highlighted the significance of this achievement. “CAHME accredited programs have successfully navigated a thorough and careful accreditation process managed by experts in the study and practice of healthcare management,” he said. “The program meets standards set by leading academics and practitioners. We recognize their commitment to the field.”

The reaccreditation marks a significant milestone for Seton Hall University’s MHA program. It ensures that students receive education aligned with the highest standards in healthcare management. This prepares graduates to tackle the complex challenges of the healthcare industry effectively.

Seton Hall’s MHA program focuses on equipping students with the skills and knowledge necessary to lead in various healthcare settings. The curriculum integrates theoretical knowledge with practical application, making graduates valuable assets in hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare organizations.

Reaccreditation by CAHME not only enhances the program’s prestige but also assures prospective students and employers of the quality education provided. It signals a commitment to maintaining high academic standards and staying updated with the latest industry practices.

In summary, the reaccreditation of Seton Hall University’s MHA program by CAHME underscores its dedication to educational excellence and innovation in healthcare management. As the program moves forward, it aims to continue shaping proficient leaders who will contribute to the improvement and transformation of the healthcare sector.

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