Everglades University offers graduate degree programs in several areas that can help you achieve your professional aspirations in business administration, entrepreneurship, public health administration and aviation science. These master’s programs are available at all four Florida ground locations as well as in our flexible 100 percent online format.
Graduate Degree Programs
- Master’s in Business Administration
- Accounting for Managers
- Aviation Management
- Construction Management
- Human Resource Management
- Project Management
- Master’s in Entrepreneurship
- Master’s in Public Health Administration
- Complementary and Alternative Medicine
- Master’s in Aviation Science
- Aviation Security
- Aviation Operations Management
- Business Administration
Our Master’s in Business Administration degree offers concentrations that can help you learn the management skills to lead in a variety of growing professional areas. With our Master’s Degree in Entrepreneurship, you can develop the skills to create innovative products and services. Most importantly, you will learn to lead teams of business and creative-minded professionals who can help bring your vision to market.
With our Master’s Degree in Public Health Administration, you can become a critical member of organizations in the growing field of health care. Our curriculum includes a balance of fundamental, specialized and leadership-oriented courses. The learning curriculum was designed to prepare graduates for a variety of challenges in the field, such as controlling disease, shaping policy, improving community health and more.
Students are able to enroll in the Master’s Degree in Public Health Administration with a concentration in Complementary and Alternative Medicine that weaves your professional path into the growing integration between our health care system and policy. After completion, you can pursue roles such as administrators, environmentalists, demographer, researcher and many other important positions in the public and private sectors.
In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts the total number of jobs that require a master’s degree will increase by 21.7 percent from 2010 to 2020. If you want to increase your possibilities of continuing your career trajectory in the field of public health, earning your graduate degree is a choice worth considering.
If you want to move forward in the field of public health and learn more about our graduate degree programs, contact us today so we can talk about your education and career goals.
*Residential housing is not available through Everglades University.