Master’s in Health Care Administration
As a graduate of health care administration, a person could end up working to manage a hospital or other health care facility. They will help to hire and fire employees, put new policies into place, manage budgets, supervise people, handle supply departments, and work with other officials.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that in the 2012 to 2013 time frame graduates can expect to make an average starting salary of more than $80,000, depending on what they do and where they work. The top paying states include Massachusetts, Washington, Rhode Island and New York.
Resource: The Top 10 Best Online Master’s in Health Care Administration (MHA) Degree Programs