Enhance your education with the School of Health Sciences

Enhancing your education can make a significant difference in your career elevation plan or even your personal goals for success. ACHCA is thrilled to offer the benefits of its collaboration with the University of New Haven. As an ACHCA member, individuals have the opportunity to enroll in graduate programs and earn graduate certificates at a substantially discounted rate.

The University of New Haven is an experienced collaborator with high-profile healthcare organizations. Since 2011, the University’s corporate cohort Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) program has graduated more than 75 students who have achieved success and helped drive innovation in their organizations. New Haven's faculty have designed and executed leadership development and innovation programs for more than 25 years. They are nationally recognized experts in healthcare leadership, conflict resolution, healthcare entrepreneurship and innovation, and business strategy.

ACHCA Member Benefits

  • 20% discount, applicable to all graduate courses regardless of school/college.*
  • ACHCA members will have their application fee waived for eligible programs.

*Based on their academic resume, some prospective students may earn more than 20% discount via scholarships or other institutional aid. Students who earn more than a 20% discount via their application will receive the higher of the aid amounts, only, i.e. the discounts do not "stack" together. Certain fully online master's degree programs are not eligible for discount.

To start an application to one of the discount-eligible degree programs, simply click the "Apply" button on this page or apply directly to any of the eligible programs.

In order to receive a tuition discount, students must submit proof of active ACHCA Membership to the Bursar's Office. Membership verification should be emailed to Kathryn Roach at [email protected]. To continue receiving a tuition discount, proof of membership must be submitted once per academic year and are due two weeks prior to the first day of classes.



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