The Executive Master of Health Administration (Executive MHA) program at the Telfer School of Management uniquely intersects healthcare and business management, providing a wide range of career growth opportunities in health administration for its graduates.
Canada is one of the top countries in the world for students to pursue STEM courses. As a result, the country has produced famous Canadian engineers who are integral in world-renowned engineering projects, from inventors to astronauts.
Whether you want to take on a senior position in a hospital, pharmaceutical company, government health agency, or nonprofit organization, Executive MHA graduates are prepared to provide strategic leadership in any healthcare setting.
We know that doctors and nurses work directly with patients to improve their physical well-being, but what do health administrators do?
Engineers who want to rise into management roles often think that a Master of Business Administration is the next step they should take. But is it their only option?
Health administrators provide strategic and operational leadership in clinical settings across the world, extending beyond the emergency room and the general practitioner’s office to all facets of the healthcare industry.