As a member of the Ivy-League, Dartmouth College has trained students for leadership roles across industries and societies for over 250 years.   Students admitted to Dartmouth's  undergraduate and graduate degree programs are extraordinarily capable and accomplished.    Dartmouth faculty are renowned for their twin capabilities as world-class researchers and teachers. 

The Master of Health Administration program is unique amongst MHA programs in that it is offered and taught jointly by faculty from a medical school and a top ranked business school.  Grounded in the very human nature of health and health care via the Geisel School of Medicine, the Dartmouth MHA degree program sets it itself apart from other MHA degrees with the capabilities and focus of the Tuck School of Business.  

Students in the MHA benefit from the resources, networks and relationships with leading health care organizations around the world.   In addition to the college and graduate schools themselves, the Dartmouth MHA students benefit from dedicated health care education and research organizations such as Health Care Management Education at Dartmouth, which houses the MHA and other health focused degree programs, Tuck's Center for Health Care, as well as the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice.  Together, this constellation of resources is focused on the success of every student.