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Hilbert College Master of Public Administration: Health Administration
Hilbert College

Master of Public Administration: Health Administration

Hamburg, USA

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English

Full time, Part time

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Sep 2024

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Distance Learning, On-Campus

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Introduction

The Master of Public Administration:Health Administration degree at Hilbert College is designed to prepare students with the skills to succeed in public service and health care management positions in a wide variety of organizations. This program integrates Hilbert's MPA's core curriculum with a particular focus on health administration and services. There are several advantages to earning this type of MHA degree at Hilbert, including:

No specific undergraduate degree required to apply;

Degree completion in 18 months;

Entirely online format convenient for working individuals;

Enhance leadership and management skillset;

Potentially qualify for Public Service Loan Forgiveness;

Develop a professional network locally, nationally, and internationally.

As a graduate of this Health Administration master's degree, you will be well prepared for a wide range of public or health services administration, policy, evaluation, planning, consulting, and related careers. Both experienced professionals and students in the first stages of their careers will benefit from the MPA: Health Administration at Hilbert. Jobs you can pursue include:

Healthcare administrator

Financial analyst

Residential program director

Senior program manager

The mental health clinic coordinator.

Graduates in this area can pursue lucrative careers in many public sector health administration fields. For example, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median pay for a financial analyst is $81,590, while the median salary for a medical or health services manager is $100,980.

Furthermore, the world of health services organizations, hospitals, public health infrastructure, and related agencies needs professionals who are knowledgeable about public health and the structure, organization, and financing of health care systems. Individuals in this field require sharp analytical skills, budgetary acumen, and excellent human relations ability.

The Health Administration curriculum includes an integrated research project threaded throughout the program. Unlike most graduate programs that ask for a final semester thesis, the Hilbert program allows for a more thorough application of theory and research since it starts early in the program. The research acts as a foundation for ground and challenge theory to a practical application, culminating in a final capstone major project. Practical skills for real-world situations are the key to a Hilbert College education in public administration, online or on-campus.

Courses are designed to prepare students beginning their careers to be competent and effective leaders and mid-career students to enhance their capacities as managers and leaders. Within this program, students develop a research-level necessary to set the foundation for clear data-driven decision-making. The program balances research with an additional focus on the need for values and ethics in public policy. As a result, Hilbert's program is consistent with its mission. It is expected that Hilbert graduates will lead with a level of competency and integrity second to none.

Students take one course at a time and move with a cohort, developing colleagues and friends. Cohorts remain together throughout the 16-month program, changing a course of study every five weeks to complete 12 sessions.

The accelerated cohort model is convenient for individuals who are employed full-time.

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