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  Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy 2022-2024 Health Administration Program Academic Standing and Procedures  

Academic Standing and Procedures

Successful completion of the master of health administration (M.H.A.) degree program requires satisfactory completion of 45 approved core and elective credits beyond the baccalaureate.

Students enrolled in the M.H.A. program must achieve a final grade-point average of 3.0 or better in order to be awarded the M.H.A. degree.

Students in the M.H.A. program may use no more than 6 credits of courses in which the grade of C is earned toward completion of the degree. Exception: elective course(s) taken at other graduate professional programs at Rutgers for which a C is regarded as an acceptable grade (e.g., Rutgers Law School) and in which the graduating GPA may be lower than a 3.0.
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