Online MHA program seeks physicians for part-time faculty
University of St. Francis (USF), a Franciscan values-based organization, has openings for Indiana physicians to serve as adjunct faculty for several courses in its new Master of Healthcare Administration degree program.

The MHA program is online and asynchronous, with no scheduled course meeting time or face to face interaction. Faculty members facilitate each pre-built eight-week course, deliver a weekly video to students, communicate with and provide feedback to students, etc.

Faculty is currently needed in the following courses: Healthcare accounting and finance (May), principles of managed care (May), healthcare leadership (July), and healthcare strategic management (July).

A job description for USF adjunct faculty and a link to submit an application are available here. Applicants are asked to submit an application form, resume or CV, cover letter, transcripts, writing sample and three professional references.

For more information, physicians may also contact the MHA program director, Michelle Fleig-Palmer.