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Online Master of Health Administration: Career Outlook

Help shape the future of healthcare.

The global healthcare industry is growing and changing at an incredibly fast rate. With ever-evolving advancements in digital technologies, new and innovative solutions are being discovered to solve today’s challenges and build a sustainable foundation for affordable, accessible, high-quality healthcare.1 A Master of Health Administration degree from Queens University of Charlotte will not only help you understand this current landscape, but it will also prepare you to shape it.

With an annual median salary of $99,730, medical and health service managers are in high demand—and will continue to be in demand for quite some time.2

There will be no shortage of healthcare administration job opportunities for those who are able to organize and manage medical information, as well as healthcare teams, across all areas of the industry.

Health Information Manager


As a health information manager, you would be entrusted to collect, manage and store data while upholding ethical and legal standards for your organization, whether it be a hospital, clinic, health insurance company or government health department.3

Executive Director


As an executive director, you would supervise the direction, management and leadership of your organization. You would use your project management and planning skills to create and implement strategies and direct operations for your organization.4

Additional jobs for Master of Health Administration graduates:

  • Medical and health services manager
  • Group practice administrator
  • VP of healthcare services
  • Director of practice management
  • Urgent care manager
  • Consultant
  • Health care service line director
  • Senior director of corporate compliance
  • Director of care coordination

Request More Information

We are here to help you every step of the way. To learn more about how Queens University of Charlotte can help you accomplish your goals, fill out the form below and one of our knowledgeable program managers will reach out personally.

The Skills to Lead

When you complete this program, you will be able to:

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In order to be the most effective leader I can be, it was essential for me to pursue my MHA; I am so glad that I made the decision to take my MHA journey through Queens University of Charlotte. I have been able to apply this coursework directly to my leadership skillset. ~ Shane Arrington ’22
– Shane Arrington, MHA ‘21

Connecting With Your Future

Queens’ student-focused approach does not end with your degree. Our Vandiver Center for Career Development is here to support you in advancing your healthcare administration career goals by providing:

One-on-One Support

Work directly with your faculty and Queens advisors to take a personalized look at your education, career opportunities, and personal development.

Online Job Board

Post your resume and search available jobs and internships relevant to our programs and explore opportunities.

Career Development

Take advantage of resume and interview assistance, corporate recruiting and networking events, and the online job board of the Vandiver Center for Career Development.

Powerful Network

Through regular meetups, tap into a valuable and supportive community and form connections with Queens alumni in your field for career guidance.


  1. Deloitte. 2019 US and Global Health Care Industry Outlook. Retrieved September 11, 2019, from
  2. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (2019 September 4). Medical and Health Services Managers. Occupational Outlook Handbook. Retrieved September 9, 2019, from
  3. Burning Glass Technologies: Labor Insight (TM). Retrieved November 4, 2019.
  4. Burning Glass Technologies: Labor Insight (TM). Retrieved November 4, 2019.