Here’s a surprising stat: jobs in health administration are expected to grow eight times more than all others on average from 2019 to 2029. Maybe more surprising? The median pay for those jobs (in 2019) was $100k! (US Bureau of Labor Statistics)

If you’re a Catholic healthcare professional during this opportune time, now is your chance to become a professional and spiritual leader with the online Master of Health Administration from Belmont Abbey College. 

Grounded in the hallmarks of our 1500-year-old Benedictine tradition of prayer and learning, our healthcare education combines practical knowledge of managing health services with Catholic social teaching and ethics. 

What does that mean for our students? When you earn your MHA at Belmont Abbey College, you’ll not only gain the skills needed to be an effective healthcare leader, but you’ll also learn how to grow deeper as a Catholic and integrate your faith into your professional work with patients, families, caregivers, coworkers and the community.

It’s just one way we accomplish our mission of not only delivering the best education possible that leads to dynamic careers, but also helping our students learn, seek and thrive beyond the classroom & workplace as they live out unique vocations!

At the Abbey, we’ve remained committed to the development of your whole person in mind, body, and spirit for nearly 150 years! What does that look like today for our future leaders in healthcare?

A 100% online, flexible program with just four full-time semesters. Highly competitive tuition at an inclusive rate, meaning textbooks are included. You’ll be given an iPad with all the material. Plus, no GRE, GMAT or entrance exam required to apply! That’s simply the start of what makes an Abbey education stand out.

After graduation, what’s it like for an Abbey MHA alumni? Imagine going from “graduate student” to:

  • Laboratory Director 
  • Director of Education and Clinical Support
  • Corporate Patient Experience Advisor
  • Staff Development Specialist
  • Chief Medical Officer
  • Nursing Home / Assisted Living Administrator 
  • Clinical Analyst
  • Director of Patient Advocacy and Health Humanities 

For Catholic healthcare professionals looking for a place to become compassionate, spiritual servant leaders and advance their career in a complex and growing industry, the choice is clear!

For more information on our MHA Online program and to download our guide, click here