focuses largely on developing your management skills unlike other programs that place more emphasis on technical skills
prepares you to work and assume a leadership role in government, non-profits, and the public sector
Nationally, New York State ranks third in terms of its number of health care companies in this $1.668 trillion industry (Source: U.S. Census Bureau). When you study health care management in an area where opportunities are so abundant, you will be well-equipped to assume a leadership position among the 565,000+ employed health care professionals in New York City.
AN EXCITING AND LUCRATIVE CAREER
When you graduate with a degree in Health Care Management, you will be part of a sector with influential national presence. There are more than 780,000 companies in the health care industry employing more than 17 million people nationally (Source: U.S. Census Bureau).
New York City opportunities: The health care industry is the 2nd-largest employer in New York City (Source: U.S. Census Bureau)
Industry growth: Employment in the health care industry is expected to expand by 23% each year between 2012-2022. (Source: U.S. Department of Labor)
Enjoy good pay: For those who possess a BBA an average starting salary for health care managers is $38,600 and median pay is $88,518 (Source: U.S. Census Bureau)
Launch your career with Lubin connections through our network of 72,000 alumni
GAIN USEFUL SKILLS AND PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE
The Health Care Management program provides the executive skills you need to hit the ground running in your internship or first job in the industry. The BBA in Health Care Management offers:
A solid foundation in the core areas of management and health care
Insight into organizational behavior
Hands-on experience integrating management skills required in the public and private sectors of the health care industry
Student honor societies and professional organizations to further develop critical executive skills