As the nation's health care industry continues to grow, Midway University students look to our Health Care Administration degree to gain a broad knowledge of health care policy and financing, including leadership and management skills.
Healthcare administrators will increasingly play an important role in keeping the community healthy and the system efficient. Midway's program allows students to pursue careers in administration and management in any type of health care organization as well as prepare for advanced degrees such as an MHA or MBA.
Career options for Health Care Administration graduates include emergency medical services coordinator, health consultant, hospital comptroller, occupational safety and health inspector, public health statistician, coordinator of rehabilitation services, health advocate, health economist, hospital personnel director, public health inspector, and social welfare administrator.
Midway University's Health Care Administration program is a member of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA). The Association is a global network of colleges, universities, faculty, individuals, and organizations dedicated to improving health by promoting excellence and innovation in healthcare management education. (www.apuha.org)