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Online Master of Health Administration: Career Outlook

Maximize an already in-demand, lucrative career.

Whether or not you’re already working in health care administration, you can achieve maximum mobility in this field with a master’s degree. It’s required for various middle and senior health care executive roles. And it can be your ticket to opportunities in other areas, including pharmaceutical companies, health insurance companies, management consulting, banks and other financial institutions, and state and federal agencies.

The program helps you with key skills and knowledge for topics like management and leadership, policy issues, marketing, legal and ethical issues, statistics, organizational behavior, and more. Start or advance your career in an in-demand, lucrative field with this coveted degree.

Medical and Health Services Managers

$100,980/year

Lead a medical department, facility, or practice to coordinate health services and ensure compliance with laws and regulations. Quality and efficiency are essential as managers are needed to respond to the increased need for services.1

Top Executives

$104,690/year

Oversee strategies and policies within an organization. Health care and social assistance comprise 7% of top executives, making health care organizations a major employer of executives.2

Other positions you could qualify for with your master’s in health care administration:

  • Chief executive or operations officer
  • Clinic manager
  • Department or division director/supervisor/manager
  • Facility manager
  • Health care consultant
  • Health services manager

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Program Outcomes

In the Master of Health Administration, you’ll:

Ensuring Your Success Beyond Graduation

From the moment you become a student at Methodist University, you’ll have access to the support needed to obtain career readiness skills, internships, employment, and other career opportunities. And you can tap into a wide variety of career services long after you’ve graduated.

Here are just a few examples of what you can expect for career support as a student or alumnus. You can benefit from all of them remotely.

Individual and Group Workshops

Whether you need help with assessing your skills and defining your career goals or want a crash course in job searching, our staff can help.

Career Readiness

MU Career Services is committed to empowering students with career readiness tools. Contact us for details about our signature programs, the MU Career Challenge and the Senior Seminar Series.

Mock Interviews

Learn how to respond confidently to general and behavioral interview questions while articulating your strengths with mock interviews.

Resume and Cover Letter Assistance

Get feedback on how your resume and cover letters can stand out from the competition and showcase what you offer to organizations.

MU Career Hub

The MU Career Hub is your resource for job announcements, event registrations, and other Career Services information from the Office of Student Affairs. Join us each spring for the career fair. Stay up to date by creating a Purple Briefcase account today. You should also follow us on social media (Instagram and Facebook) for the latest job postings and event announcements.