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ONLINE BS IN HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION
Bring Your Vision for Health Care Improvement to Reality
Our online degree in health care administration challenges you to build on what you know as a healthcare professional, pushing you to think about what can be done differently and more efficiently. It's anchored in the real world with instructors who are also healthcare practitioners, and who are passionate about their area of expertise and in helping you succeed. They'll ensure that you are familiar with relevant laws and regulations that govern the health care industry, know about the latest health information technologies, understand what it takes to improve individual and organizational performance, and make you aware of current federal mandates and their implications. Because this online health care management degree is built for individuals currently working in healthcare, you and your classmates will learn from each other by sharing best practices and diverse perspectives. You'll build a network of relationships that will benefit you throughout your career.
Health care administration is expected to grow at a much faster rate than other occupations through 2022 according the Bureau of Labor Statistics, with a degree in healthcare management, you could find yourself planning, directing or coordinating health and medical services in a variety of different settings such as a hospital, private practice, skilled nursing facility, insurance company, public health facility and more.
Please Note: This is a 60 credit accelerated bachelor's program. In order to apply, you must first have an associate degree, or 60 equivalent college credits, in any discipline. Need an associate degree? Consider our associate degree in business management before pursuing your health care administration bachelor's.
Why Earn Your Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration Online at Champlain College?
Designed for busy working adults, our online health care administration degree program allow you to apply what you learn in the classroom from day one.
100% online coursework allow you to participate at days and times convenient for you.
7-week courses help you reach completion sooner.
Nationally recognized by US News and World Report and College Choice, and regionally accredited by NEASC.
Generous transfer credit policy allows you to transfer up to 90 credits with the potential to earn credit for professional experience and training.
Personalized student experience with a dedicated academic advisor and an entire Champlain team to help you as you pursue your degree in healthcare online.
Practitioner faculty who are experts in the field and understand industry needs.
Skills you need, and skills employers want. Not only will you gain greater understanding of health care management and how to improve organizational and individual performance, you'll also develop the communication, problem-solving and critical thinking skills that will make you successful throughout your career.
Gain Expertise and a Certificate Prior to Graduation
At Champlain College, we know how important it is for you to gain knowledge and expertise quickly, and to differentiate yourself in the workplace and in today's competitive job market. That's why we have designed our online bachelor's in health care administration to allow you to earn a certificate before you have completed your requirements for a degree. Gain a certificate in health care administration and the confidence you need to continue to pursue your goals.
Special Opportunity to Finish Your Degree Even Faster
Have you already earned an associate degree from a community college or other regionally accredited institution? Ask our admissions reps about our completer program in health care administration. Through our completer program, your college credits go even further and your time to degree completion will be significantly reduced.
Start your application today. There is no fee to apply, and our application was designed to help us learn more about you, your career goals and to maximize your potential transfer credits.