Listed below are all of the accredited schools in Hawaii that offer Health Administration degree programs.go to school listings
Like almost every other state in the country, Hawaii is facing a dire shortage of qualified medical health professionals. The good news is that if you want to find work in the medical and health services administration and management field in Hawaii, you will likely be able to find a position. The state recently designated a chunk of funding to expand its health services system.
Health Admin Education in Hawaii
Like any other US state, you will need at least a bachelor’s degree and a sufficient score on a state licensing exam to work as a health and medical services manager in Hawaii. Funding opportunities include the Kenneth O. Rewick Educational Aid Grants, Dolly Ching Scholarship Fund for Kauai residents, and MGMA Western Section Scholarships for students pursuing degrees related to health care management.
Outlook for Health Admin Careers in Hawaii
Medical and health services managers in Hawaii earn a mean annual wage of $98,380 (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2010 data). This is above the national average. Given the good salary and beautiful scenery, it's no surprise you would be tempted to check out health administration jobs in Hawaii. Luckily, job prospects should be good, as the Bureau of Labor Statistics has projected faster-than-average growth in the field across the country.