BS - Health Care Administration

Health Care Administration

Enter the rapidly growing field of healthcare.  The Health Care Administration profession offers career growth opportunities the world over. This healthcare degree program is for those who want to take an active, leadership role in administrative, non-clinical roles in the high growth industry of healthcare.

BS – Health Care Administration Degree Program

medical-teamThe Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration degree, one of the university’s highly regarded and trademarked Professionally Significant Degrees®, makes students “job ready”– to be valuable to employers immediately.  University curriculum experts worked closely with industry to ensure graduates possess the practical business and critical thinking skills needed by healthcare employers right now. Graduates are prepared to assume important jobs in this multifaceted field that requires a wide range of job skills for a successful career.

Skills Acquired and Healthcare Curriculum

Healthcare administrator professionals must be skilled in all aspects of business, including finance & accounting, management, human resource management, and law. In addition, successful medical administrators need to be able to manage large groups, think critically, keep up to date on the latest federal regulations, and possess excellent communication skills. Nursing home administrators are required to pass a licensing exam.

Why Earn this Degree?

Healthcare professionals have high salary potential and better than average job growth projected over the next decade or more makes this an appealing career choice. According to the US Department of Labor, healthcare will generate 3.2 million jobs between 2008 and 2018, more than any other industry, largely in response to rapid growth in the elderly population. Health services managers earnings vary by type and size of facility, level of responsibility and geographic region. The median salary for college graduates with a bachelors degree in healthcare administration in small group practices with fewer than seven physicians is about $55,000 and, for those in larger group practices with more than seven physicians, about $77,000.