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  • The Master in Health Administration and Master of Business Administration degrees are very different and can impact your acquired skills, career path and projected salary. With healthcare skills in high demand today and for the foreseeable future, both degree tracks offer candidates a bright future.

  • Hospital manager positions include titles such as hospital administrators, patient care managers and practice managers. They typically manage an entire facility, a medical practice group of physicians, or a specific clinical area or department such as finance, materials management or patient care services.

“OLLU’s online MBA program has made all of the difference in my life and career.
Not only did I learn the fundamentals of business, I was able to specialize in the
growing field of healthcare.”

Roberta Hernandez, MBA, ‘12