If you’re working in the field of healthcare, and have earned an associate degree, but lack the bachelor’s degree necessary to advance in the field, the Online Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration is a program well worth exploring. Designed by leading healthcare administration practitioners, the program immerses you in the “business side” of healthcare while remaining ever-focused on improving patient outcomes and improving the quality of care.
Because Champlain College Online only serves adult learners, the online Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration is designed with accelerated 7-week accelerated courses, interactive discussions that are literally going around the clock to accommodate adult students’ busy lives and cement learning, and a significant focus on application, whereby our students are using their workplaces as a learning laboratory where they “test” theory and put into practice. Plus, there is a focus on “soft skills” such as communication, teamwork, problem solving, and critical thinking — which are highly prized by employers –boosting your career and earning potential.
In today’s healthcare environment, with ever-changing regulations, organizations are constantly challenged to maintain quality patient care while managing a sound enterprise. You can become a professional who is well-prepared to face these challenges with an online BS in Healthcare Administration from Champlain College Online. From IT to finance, from HR to law, you will gain a deep, multi-faceted understanding of this unique business setting.
Coursework in Champlain’s BS in Healthcare Administration will encompass meaningful, professionally-focused coursework including:
- Health finance and economics
- Healthcare performance and process improvement
- Organizational development
- Clinical systems management
- Official academic transcripts for high school and college (if applicable)
- Recommended 2.5 or higher GPA
- Short answer essay
- Proof of English Language Proficiency (if applicable)
School Accreditation Statement
New England Commission of Higher Education