Mid-career transitions into another field can prove tricky. Fortunately, opportunities are there to become a leader with a Master of Healthcare Administration.
How do healthcare leaders drive quality, streamline processes, and promote effective decision-making in the sector’s fast-paced and rapidly evolving environment?
The healthcare industry will add 4 million healthcare jobs by 2026, according to federal projections. That’s good news, of course, for those seeking a Master of Healthcare Administration degree (MHA).
At Boston College, students in the MHA program have access to a professional executive coach with 25 years of healthcare leadership experience to help them set and work towards personalized career goals.
Working healthcare professionals need a Master of Health Administration (MHA) program that accommodates their busy schedule and delivers key leadership skills.
Employment opportunities appear particularly strong for people holding Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) degrees.
Dr. Fulton explains how leading healthcare organizations are tapping into big data in order to drive evidence-based decision-making.
If you're thinking about advancing your education in healthcare, you may be asking yourself if you should pursue an MHA vs. MBA Healthcare degree.
Health Administration Professionals are in high-demand, but what are the critical skills make them seriously good at their jobs?
Boston College’s new Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) program is about to complete its first two terms and already the online, competency-based program is earning rave reviews from students.