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Ranking: WSSU has #1 no GRE master’s in healthcare administration online program

Winston-Salem State University has the no. 1 most affordable no GRE master’s in healthcare administration online program.

According to, WSSU’s Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) program is the best in the nation based on accreditation, raw affordability, and rankings in national publications.

WSSU is one of only two North Carolina-based universities and the only historically Black college and university to make the list.

“The program focuses on developing healthcare leaders with the skills needed to effectively manage business functions specific to healthcare settings and organizations,” the site notes. “The program is 100 percent online, asynchronous and taught by the same professors that teach on campus.”

The online MHA program doesn’t require a GRE or GMAT score for admissions and can be completed in as little as 15 months. The flexible program allows admitted students to graduate with the ability to serve in a range of existing and emerging entry-level support, ancillary and administrative positions across multiple health care settings.

In 2019, WSSU’s healthcare management program was ranked as one of the “25 Best Healthcare Administration Degree Programs for 2019” by The Bachelor’s Degree Center.

Visit the Master of Healthcare Administrative webpage to learn more about the program.

About Winston-Salem State University
Winston-Salem State University fosters the creative thinking, analytical problem-solving, and depth of character needed to transform the world. Rooted in liberal education, WSSU’s curriculum prepares students to be thought leaders who have the skills and knowledge needed to develop innovative solutions to complex problems. Founded in 1892, WSSU is a historically Black constituent institution of the University of North Carolina with a rich tradition of contributing to the social, cultural, intellectual, and economic growth of North Carolina, the region and beyond. Guided by the motto, “Enter to Learn, Depart to Serve,” WSSU develops leaders who advance social justice by serving the world with compassion and commitment. 



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