Excel in the Business of Keeping People Healthy
Healthcare represents the largest industry sector in the U.S., with continued growth expected. At Seton Hill University, you’ll learn - and practice - the type of innovative, entrepreneurial thinking that healthcare employers seek. In the process, you’ll prepare to take the next big step up in your life and career.
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Why a Seton Hill University M.B.A. in Healthcare Administration?
1. An Outstanding Reputation in the Health Sciences
Seton Hill has long been known for the rigor of its health sciences programs, the success of its health sciences graduates and the strength of its facilities, resources and partnerships in the local healthcare community.
2. More Course Time Spent on Healthcare-Specific Learning
Seton Hill’s MBA in Healthcare Administration Program dedicates more course time to healthcare-specific business learning than any other MBA specialization in the region, with a focus on improving outcomes, reducing costs and upgrading the patient experience.
3. So Many More Great Reasons.
Your Career in Healthcare Administration
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of medical and health services managers is projected to grow 17% from 2014 – 2024, faster than the average for all occupations. Candidates with a master’s degree in health administration or a related field will have the best career prospects – in fact, U.S. News & World Report recently included health care administration as one of the “Top 5 Hot Jobs for MBA Graduates.”
An MBA with a specialization in healthcare often leads to management positions with:
- Medical Practices
- Nursing or Residential Care Facilities
- Home Healthcare Services
In addition to the University's requirements for admission to graduate school, the MBA in Healthcare Administration requires the completion of Seton Hill University course BU495 MBA Foundations, or equivalent undergraduate coursework, as a prerequisite for admission.
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To learn more about this program, register for our January 25th, March 21st or May 16th information session.