Prospective students frequently ask: what jobs and entry level careers can I get with a degree in healthcare administration? or, what are the top paying careers in management?
Below are a sample of common career paths that graduates of masters and doctoral programs pursue.
Browse career profiles below to learn more.
- Becoming a Medical Office Manager
- Becoming a Nursing Home Director
- Becoming a Hospital Unit Coordinator (Ward Clerk)
- Becoming a Hospital Administrator
- Becoming a Hospital CFO
- Becoming a Healthcare CIO (Chief Information Officer)
- Becoming a Legal Nurse Consultant
- Becoming a Disaster Management Specialist
- Becoming a Hospital Human Resource Manager
- Becoming an Emergency Management Specialist
- Becoming a Human Resources Manager
- Becoming a Nurse Administrator
- Becoming a Nursing Director
- Becoming a Medical and Health Services Manager
- Becoming a Hospital CEO
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