Healthcare Administration Concentration

St. Scholastica has prepared students to be leaders and problem solvers in the healthcare field for 100 years. This program combines the school's expertise in health sciences and management to prepare future healthcare administrators to help improve the efficiency and quality of healthcare delivery.

Graduates of this program will receive a bachelor of arts in management degree with a healthcare administration concentration.

Key Benefits

  • 100 percent online option. Move your career forward without leaving your career. On-campus courses also are available.
  • Designed for working adults. Balancing work, family and school can be a challenge, so we've designed this program with that in mind.
  • Become a leader. The healthcare industry is growing rapidly and needs excellent managers with the specialized skills the medical field requires.

Outcomes

In this program, students will master core business skills and develop specialized skills that are unique to healthcare management. Graduates will be skilled in the following areas:

  • Healthcare information systems and technology
  • Management and interpersonal communications
  • Process development
  • Risk management and legal issues
  • Human resources

Career Outlook

Healthcare administrators plan, direct, coordinate and supervise the delivery of healthcare. This includes a variety of roles, from large hospitals, physicians' offices, rural clinics and nursing and residential care facilities. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 23 percent growth rate in healthcare administration by 2022.

Who is this program designed for?

  • Those who work in healthcare administration but who don't yet have a four-year degree.
  • Those interested in pursuing a management career in a healthcare organization.
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Expand and Collapse Required Courses

Expand and Collapse HSC 2203 - U.S. Health Care System

Course covers the history and development of the healthcare system in the United States; health in society today; types of healthcare institutions and services, organizational structure, roles of healthcare professionals and functions of hospitals and other health facilities; accountability in healthcare and the role of government in healthcare, introduction to current models of health financing.

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