Once you’ve been admitted, follow these next steps for new students to the MHA Program.
Upon receipt of an offer of admission, contact us to accept your offer in writing and submit a $1,000 (non-refundable and non-transferable) deposit in Canadian currency. Please complete and submit the MHAAcceptanceDeposit_2016 form and submit to the MHA program. This deposit will be credited towards your tuition.
SPHA (Master of Health Administration) courses are reserved for students in the program. Students must register for all the courses in the program as every course is required for the degree. To register for your courses:
- Refer to the mha-schedule-2016-2017. While the order of the SPHA courses and/or instructors may change, the dates are fixed for your future planning of your work and personal schedules.
- Follow the step-by-step instructions in the Student Service Centre (SSC) to register for your courses. You will also find video tutorials for the registration system.
- Your course registration is linked to Connect, UBC’s online Learning Management System.
Attendance: A reminder that attendance is expected of all students for all scheduled class times.
Recommended Stats Prep Course: Students without prior university-level studies in math or statistics are recommended to take a preparatory statistics course before their first year program begins. Students who have been identified to take this course will receive a personal notice from the program.
We need important information from you to ensure that program staff and faculty can contact you.
- Please send updated info, bios and pics to the program. This should include a brief paragraph of yourself and your current job title/occupation, along with a picture [headshot] of yourself [jpg. format required]
- You can add/change your personal information, including your preferred email and preferred name, online at the Student Services Centre website anytime.
- Class lists, access to online resources, and grades are generated using an internal UBC database. Email will be the primary method of contact and access to most UBC systems are through CWL.
There are three orientation events for you to attend, including a mandatory MHA Orientation.
- Optional orientation sessions offered by the School of Population and Public Health and the Faculty of Graduate Studies (under current students, newly admitted students).
New Student Orientation Guide
Refer to this guide and the links provided as your online orientation to the Master of Health Administration (MHA) program. It is important that all students familiarize themselves with resources to manage your graduate degree at UBC and to know all the requirements for completion of your program. Students can also check out the Grad Guide by the Faculty of Graduate Studies for more information.
|UBC Accounts||MHA Program Details||Managing Your Program||Student Health and Wellbeing
|Campus-Wide Login (CWL) and Email Account – essential and universal access for all UBC systems.||MHA Courses – all 24 1.5 credit courses are required for the program.||MHA Student Responsibilities – program and university-wide policies for students.||Student Services – learning resources and workshops for UBC students.||Program Advising – advising services to support students in planning and completing the program.|
|Student Service Centre (SSC) – your UBC student portal to register for classes, check your grades and pay your fees.||Research Project (SPHA 590) – required 6 credit research paper and is the capstone course before graduation.||Faculty of Graduate Studies – policies and forms for program progress, leaves of absences, graduation, etc.||Aboriginal Services – dedicated resources for UBC’s Aboriginal student community.||FYI Newsletter – bi-weekly e-newsletter for the SPPH community|
|UBC Connect – UBC’s learning management system to access course materials.||Course Schedule – mha-schedule-2016-2017 lists courses for the academic year.||Graduation – program completion requirements and how to apply for graduation.||Health Clinic – appointments and walk-ins including on-site counselling services.||Career Management – people and resources to help you build your career.|
|UBC Card – your student ID card, library card and official UBC identification.||Academic Calendar – comprehensive guide to all programs, courses, services and academic policies at UBC.||Tuition and Awards – tuition, student fees and awards information.||Ombuds Services – advocacy and ombuds services for UBC students.||Additional Resources – other helpful information and websites for new students.|
|UBC Library – access to all UBC library branches and online resources.||Dates and Deadlines – program and university deadlines for graduate students.||Access and Diversity – services to create an inclusive environment at UBC including disability-related accommodations.||Remote students – details for writing exams for students who live outside Metro Vancouver|