Listed below are all of the accredited schools in Montana that offer Health Administration degree programs.go to school listings
If you love wide open spaces, Montana is a great place to pursue your health administration career. Its low population density and scenic mountain landscapes offer a peaceful and majestic living environment. In addition, the state also has a rapidly growing economy, with agriculture, lumber and mining as the leading industries in the state. Montana has many schools to choose from, as well as several tribal colleges supporting the large Native American population.
Health Admin Education in Montana
Montana has just a few schools offering health administration degree programs, but you may pursue a bachelor, master or associate degree in the state. Check with your school for scholarship information for health professionals.
Outlook for Health Admin Careers in Montana
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (2010 data), health care administrators in Montana make about $73,640 per year. This is well above the average income in the state. The state's population is increasing, and the health care industry is expected to continue to grow over the next decade.