Cost per credit: $295
Prepares you to enter public and private service jobs with skills adaptable to changes in the health care industry.
B.S. in Healthcare Management is designed for high school graduates, working professionals, and transfer students from the healthcare, business, and liberal arts programs.
The degree includes 60 credit hours of liberal arts and sciences with courses in technology, healthcare, finance, economics, managed care, quality standards, management, and business. The program prepares students to enter public and private service jobs with theoretical and practical skills adaptable to changes in the health-care industry.
As a B.S. degree, students can customize their curriculum by choosing courses that can help them develop skills in a particular area (e.g., psychology, sociology, or human services).
The ability to focus coursework in a specific field can give graduates a competitive advantage over other candidates applying for the same job.
*The time it takes a transfer student to complete the program depends on the number of college credits transferred in. Students can finish the degree in 4 semesters if transferring in with a completed associate degree.
Healthcare management is one of the country’s fastest growing job markets with jobs expected to grow 18% by 2026 as employers look to fill tens of thousands of new positions. This program prepares students to enter public and private service jobs with skills adaptable to changes in the health-care industry.