Healthcare Administration

The Healthcare sector accounts for nearly 20% of GDP and needs management knowledge just as desperately as it needs care providers.

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Lead healthcare systems

The Healthcare Administration program was designed to provide students with the skills they need to succeed within the modern healthcare workforce. Our curriculum was developed with three major priorities: (i) Project-Based Learning, (ii) Data-Driven Skillset and an (iii) Operational Focus.

Sponsors, Professors, and Experts

Our program was developed with the support of leading faculty.

Dr. Robert Hansen

Professor of Business Administration, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College

Dr. Robert Hansen is a professor of business administration at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. There, he previously served as a Senior Associate dean, launching the Master of Health Care Delivery Science program. Dr. Hansen has a PhD in Economics from UCLA, and teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in a variety of areas, including Health Economics and Policy.

Facts Breakdown

Quick facts on the industry.


Healthcare's Share of US GDP


Median Salary for Health Service Managers


Projected 10-Year Job Growth

Why study Healthcare Administration

Jobs in Healthcare Administration offer students an amazing combination of high salary, high demand, and the opportunity to do real good, making it an ideal career choice for any interested student.

Project-based learning

Students will complete a strategy capstone that asks them to synthesize their knowledge and skills to plan a strategic transformation of a simulated healthcare system (a hospital network, for example).


With the rise of Big Data and Analytics across the healthcare ecosystem, it is increasingly important that Healthcare Administrators understand how to make use of the tremendous amount of information now at their fingertips.

What you'll learn.

HAM I - Health Systems of the United States

HAM II - Health Law and Ethics

HAM III - Health Data and Analytics

HAM IV - Healthcare Finance

HAM V - Healthcare Service Operations

HAM VI - Healthcare Strategy Capstone