MS in Management - Health Care Administration

Marlboro College is positioned as the leader in providing graduate health care administration education in Vermont, and we are extending our impact throughout New England. We are forging new horizons in healthcare with a progressive curriculum and tangible outcomes from our MS in Management - Health Care Administration (HCA) degree.

Career outlook

With the continued growth and diversification of the health care industry, employment of health care managers is projected to grow faster than the average for all occupations. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts a growth rate for health services management positions averaging 22 percent for the decade of 2010 to 2020.

Program outcomes

If you are a health care worker, either clinical or staff, and are looking to build upon your experience and take your career to the next level, then look no further. With the rapid changes happening in your profession, Marlboro College can provide you with the skills and critical thinking needed for your success; we do this by providing a holistic view of health care organizations with tangible outcomes in:

  • Leadership
  • Strategic Planning
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Finance
  • Information Technology
  • Change Management
  • Marketing
  • Ethics & Law

Designed for professionals like you

There is a shortage of experienced and highly-educated health care leaders. With a greater emphasis on health outcomes and major changes in provider reimbursement, there is a greater need for leaders and managers with the business skills to improve the quality of health care services, while simultaneously improving efficiency and cost-effectiveness. If you are a current health care manager or executive looking to improve your organization, increase employee retention and satisfaction, and reduce costs, please contact Matt Livingston, our graduate admissions director, at (802) 258-9209 for detailed information to provide to your employees.

The HCA degree is designed for professionals like you. Classes meet face-to-face once a week and are supplemented by a robust online environment. Students benefit from the experience of our faculty of teacher-practitioners, who provide you with in-depth knowledge as well as a professional network to achieve success in your work.

36 credits are required for graduation.

Blue-Ribbon Health Care Panel

Short Stay Flow Improvement at BMH

Community Benefits Plan