Bolster your academic credentials and prepare for your next leadership role by earning your Master of Health Administration (MHA) from Salem College. Health Administration is an interdisciplinary field of expertise that focuses on the knowledge and skills necessary for the effective administration, management, and leadership of health services delivery organizations.
Salem College’s Master of Health Administration program equips early and mid-level careerists with the values, knowledge, skills, and cultural sensitivity to manage optimal delivery of healthcare in various aspects of the health industry. Grounded in the principles of health leadership, the Salem College Master of Health Administration program creates leaders who will shape and impact the future of health, business, and the communities in which they will serve.
Salem College’s accomplished faculty, affordable tuition, and more than 250 years of success will help you move your career forward.
The MHA curriculum focuses its teaching, learning, and assessment methods on the preparations of early to mid-level careerists for a broad range of professional employment opportunities across the continuum of health services delivery. Small class sizes allow for significant use of team-based activities as well as project-based assignments that allow students to gain real-world experiences while in the program. The program’s internship or capstone requirement provides opportunities for students to identify, conceptualize and execute a learning experience important to the student and relevant to the field of health administration.
Courses provide information related to the healthcare system and the environment in which healthcare managers and providers function; general healthcare management and business principles; professionalism, ethical behavior, and cultural proficiency, emotional intelligence; communication and relationship management skills, and leadership.
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If you have questions related to the degree, tuition cost, financial aid, application deadlines, decision letters, etc., please contact Salem College Graduate Admissions (email@example.com).
In addition to careers in healthcare systems, an advanced degree in health administration provides opportunities in settings such as nonprofit organizations and consulting firms. Potential employers may include hospitals, outpatient clinics, public health clinics, government agencies, insurance companies, and pharmaceutical companies.
For more information about career opportunities in health administration, please visit Medical and Health Services Managers : Occupational Outlook Handbook: : U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (bls.gov)