MSHCA Career Outcomes
As a brand new program, MSHCA does not yet have career data to report.
However, job market analysis suggests a high level of demand in the health care sector for professionals with analytics and technology expertise—demand that is expected to continue to grow rapidly.
The MSHCA program's combination of rigorous quantitative coursework and experiential learning in health care contexts will perfectly position graduates for a variety of technical roles in the field, including:
- Health Analytics Specialist
- Healthcare Data Analyst
- Health Informatics Consultant
- Healthcare Informatics Analyst
- Clinical Data Manager
- Corporate Strategy Manager
- Quality & Performance Improvement Manager
- Implementation Specialist
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics:
Employment of management analysts is expected to increase 14 percent from 2016-2026. The 2016 median salary for management analysts was $81,330.
Employment of medical and health services managers is expected to increase 20 percent from 2016-2026. The 2016 median salary for medical and health services managers was $96,540.
We expect that MSHCA graduates will be extremely competitive in their search for fulfilling, impactful, and lucrative careers in the health industry.
This page will be updated as we have career outcomes to report.
DEDICATED CAREER SUPPORT
Heinz College treats career development as seriously as academics. The MSHCA program has a dedicated Career Services Director who works individually with each MSHCA student from the time they enter the program.
We are committed to helping students prepare for the rapidly growing and changing health care sector, not only through the quality and structure of our curriculum, but through a constant focus on the personal career development tools graduates need to succeed in this evolving business.
Our graduates acquire the concrete skills to work in the non-profit, public, private and consulting sectors.