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Qualified administrators and managers are in increasing demand across the healthcare industry. Providers need more specialized administrative expertise to address current challenges such as cost-management, regulatory compliance, provider liability and patient privacy.
These online Associates, Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral degree programs are structured to offer full-time students and working professionals maximum scheduling flexibility and selection. Our accredited colleges and universities offer degrees in general Healthcare Administration, as well as in specialized areas such as Medical Assisting, Geriatric and Long-Term Care, Nursing, and Public Health.
Typical coursework may include an overview of current industry best-practices in accounting, marketing, finance, law and management. Students develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills, become familiar with information technology tools and standards, and prepare to meet current industry challenges in the areas of human resources, data security and professional ethics.
Healthcare Administration graduates are in demand for positions such as Health and Social Service Manager, Patient Accounts Supervisor, Home Health Care Manager, Health and Safety Manager, Health Information Manager, Health Services Manager and Mental Health Center Director.
Whether you want to start or advance your career in this dynamic field, explore the Healthcare Administration and Management programs below and request more information today.
This program will prepare individuals to develop administrative skills necessary to work effectively in a variety of health care settings.
For those who desire a more practical, skill-based specialization, the DBA in health care administration may be for you.
The Health Care Management degree completion program provides medical students with an overview of accounting, marketing, finance, law and management to prepare them for managerial positions within th
The MBA in Healthcare Administration specialization is designed for students interested in management careers with hospitals, federal, state, and county health programs, pharmaceutical companies, h