Students who are interested in health care, who have more desire to pursue a management oriented role than a clinical one, might find that a Masters in Health Administration Degree may lead to a number of potential career paths. Healthcare, as any profitable and well-run business, needs quality management to maintain efficiency, oversee staff, and keep up to date with the changing technology.
While most medical and health services managers are required to have at least a bachelor’s degree for entry level jobs, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, master’s degrees in health services, long-term care administration, public health, public administration or business administration are also common in this field. With the aging of the baby- boom population, the health care industry will see an increased demand for services. To meet this demand, it is predicted that there will be a rise in the need for nursing care facilitators and more managers to organize and administer medical information and human resources. In fact, the BLS reports that employment of medical and health services managers is projected to grow 17% from 2014 to 2024 (BLS). Why not prepare yourself with a Masters in Healthcare Administration?