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Consult each healthcare administration job description to learn how your online MHA connects to your career goals.
Healthcare needs leaders who understand how to cut costs with new technology and shift systems to patient-focused organization. That requires advanced financial management skills that you can learn through our online healthcare administration degree. You can also gain a new perspective to better assess budgeting and analyze risks. * U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
To make it to the top in today’s health systems, it takes more than experience. It takes vision and smart decision-making to lead, which is why ADU focuses our online master’s in health administration on strategy and innovation. Here you can learn to develop prototypes and test new ideas to help spark innovation in the health industry — and advancement in your career.
A nurse manager coordinates staff, ensures regulatory compliance, and steers systems to help improve patient care. At ADU, you can learn leadership skills to advance as a nurse manager or similarly advanced hospital administration jobs through our online MHA. It helps you gain insights into health informatics and population health management. You can also learn to inspire others to help steer strategy and further your impact.
Top employers such as Guidewell, AstraZeneca, and Florida Hospital Innovation Lab inform our MHA programs.
ADU is connected with the Adventist Health System and globally recognized Florida Hospital System, which includes 350 healthcare facilities.
Our online MHA is designed by our doctorate-level faculty who put decades of leadership experience into helping you advance.
Through the online master of healthcare administration program, you can learn to analyze and apply modern concepts to spawn positive change and growth in various health settings. From managing budgets to filing HR reports, courses explore the framework of health systems from both a mission-based and strategic perspective. Guided by a caring faculty of experienced health administrators, students can gain valuable insights to lead, whether it’s supervising teams, managing a private practice, directing entire organizations, or ascending to a range of top health administration jobs.
To help you advance, our online MHA teaches graduates how to: