Colleges with Bachelor's in Healthcare Administration Programs

Healthcare administrators oversee medical departments or, in some cases, entire facilities. A bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration is the starting point for this profession, although more advanced degrees are required for top jobs in the field.

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Andrews University
Berrien Springs, MI
Converse College
Spartanburg, SC
Dean College
Franklin, MA

Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Administration Jobs

The steadily increasing demand for healthcare professionals in general means that the outlook is good for healthcare administrators. The latest U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data projects that employment of healthcare administrators will expand by 22% through 2020 – which is a faster-than-average rate compared to all occupations.

How to Become a Healthcare Administrator

Typically, a bachelor’s degree in health administration is required to obtain medical and health services manager jobs. A master’s degree is becoming more common for these occupations, with the areas of study in health services, long-term care administration, public health, public administration and business administration. Most programs that offer a bachelor’s in health administration offer coursework that focuses on accounting and budgeting, human resources administration, hospital organization and management, laws and ethics, strategic planning, health economics and healthcare information systems.