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Master of Health Administration Careers

Advance Your Career and Improve Patient Care

Clinical and Non-Clinical Focus

Practical Coursework

The healthcare industry is evolving and expanding at a rapid pace, and leaders with the skills and training to help transform this dynamic field are in high demand. Sacred Heart University’s MHA program puts graduates on track to make a positive impact in both clinical and non-clinical settings.

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Take Your Career to the Next Level

Hospital Administrator $88,216 per year1

Health Services Manager $101,340 per year2

Hospital CEO $154,650 per year3

Health Administration Roles in High Demand

Employment in healthcare occupations is projected to grow 16 percent from 2020 to 2030,4 so the need for trained experts will always be high. An MHA will prepare graduates with the skills necessary to pursue career advancement in the complex and ever-evolving field of healthcare.

Program Outcomes and Skills Acquired

Graduates of Sacred Heart University’s MHA program will be prepared to pursue roles in a variety of healthcare settings, both clinical and non-clinical.

In this program, students will also:

Guidance Beyond Graduation

More than 98 percent of Sacred Heart alumni are employed full-time or enrolled in graduate school within a year of graduation.

Our Center for Career & Professional Development provides support to help you find your next opportunity and continue to grow outside of class.

Handshake Access

Tap into our online recruiting system exclusively for Sacred Heart students, featuring job opportunities from 10,000+ employers.

Career Coaching

Work one-on-one with a Sacred Heart career counselor to define your professional goals, practice for upcoming job interviews and more.

Extensive Network

Meet potential employers and connect with a network of 35,000+ Sacred Heart alumni in person and on LinkedIn.

Résumé Workshops

Get your résumé, cover letter and LinkedIn profile critiqued by peers and career-development experts to stand out from your competition.


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  4. “Occupational Outlook Handbook: Healthcare Occupations.” Retrieved on August 10, 2022 from