B.S. in Health Care Administration Degree Overview
At Regis University, we understand that there are countless facets of health care to be explored. A Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration degree is one encompassing way to make a difference, by equipping yourself with the tools necessary to keep your hospital, managed care facility, consulting firm or any other health care facility humming. There are literally no limits to your future, once you have the skills to administer proper care to your patients and staff.
According to the 2012 edition of the Occupational Outlook Handbook of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of medical and health service managers is expected to grow 23 percent from 2012 to 2022, much faster than the average for all occupations
The Health Care Administration Degree is offered 100 percent online! The online format allows you to advance your education, while maintaining full-time employment. The HCA program also includes a hands-on component allowing you on-the-job supervised experiences in areas such as hospital accounting, marketing, and public relations departments to name a few.
You don't have to choose between a desire to heal and a drive to lead. The HCA program can help you achieve both in a minimal amount of time. Your patients and staff will thank you.
Degree: Graduates are awarded a Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration Degree.
Online Format: Flexible format allows you to log in anytime, day or night as you complete weekly assignments. Each class lasts eight weeks allowing you to progress quickly. No campus visits are required for online students, but we encourage you to celebrate your graduation in person!
Start Dates: Spring (January), Summer (May), Fall (August)
Application Deadline: Rolling admission deadline so it’s never too late to apply. Course size is limited, so it is best to submit applications sooner than later.
Length of HCA Program: The HCA curriculum requires a minimum of 128 semester hours and can be completed in just 24-30 months. Additional core requirements can be taken concurrently with the professional courses and in some cases, prior technical education in disciplines such as respiratory therapy may be accepted in transfer to meet general elective requirements.
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