Monroe College's Bronx campus is an ideal urban campus located in the bustling Fordham section.
Located in downtown New Rochelle, the Monroe College New Rochelle campus is nestled in a diverse, thriving suburban community in Westchester County.
The scenic Monroe College St. Lucia campus in Barnard Hill Castries on the Caribbean island of St. Lucia combines the best of many worlds.
Monroe's Queens Extension Center is located in the heart of downtown Flushing, a vibrant and ethnically mixed district of Queens.
Depending on your degree, any number of opportunities will be available to you. Learn more below about possible places to take your Monroe degree.
Entry-level positions are possible in: hospitals, home health care agencies, government health care agencies, outpatient care centers, physician offices, managed care groups, insurance companies, claims and reimbursement organizations, long-term care facilities, behavioral health organizations and nursing care facilities.
Medical assistants perform a variety of patient care activities under the supervision of a physician in health care settings such as physician's private or group practices, acute care hospitals, ambulatory care centers, long-term care facilities and rehabilitation facilities.
Building on the AAS degree in Medical Administration, Monroe’s BBA in Health Services Administration provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to seek positions in hospitals, outpatient facilities, long-term care facilities, nursing homes, doctors' offices and insurance and healthcare management companies. Possible positions are medical office manager, hospital care investigator, community service worker, coordinating manager, managed care specialist, unit coordinator and third-party billing specialist.
Public health offers a variety of career opportunities for BS graduates, including public health program specialists and coordinators, public health emergency response coordinators, public health policy analysts, public health information specialists, community outreach workers, patient advocates, health and wellness educators and health researchers.
There's a strong job outlook for healthcare technologists like clinical coders, data analysts, patient information coordinators and health record technicians who work in major medical facilities, clinics, nursing centers, outpatient care facilities, other home medical services and physicians' offices. The U.S. government, software development vendors and health care consulting firms also have healthcare informatics needs. Jobs for entry-level graduates with bachelor’s degrees are generally at the assistant or support staff level and may have titles such as network support personnel, clinical informatics specialist, customer support/training personnel, data entry clerk or health records assistant, all of which are often found at large teaching hospitals.
Human service professionals work alongside social workers, detectives, doctors and other specialists who help individuals tackle major challenges in their lives. They generally serve individuals and families with low incomes; those with mental illnesses, developmental disabilities, or late-onset disabilities; people who are blind, visually impaired, deaf, hard of hearing or deaf-blind; parents needing child care services, child support and/or health care for their children; and families facing catastrophic medical expenses for their children.