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Program Details

Graceland University’s undergraduate program offers a Bachelor of Arts degree in Health Care Management that is completely online for those students with busy and demanding schedules. The university has entirely revamped the Health Care Management degree program to include courses in the cutting edge field of technology. This bachelor degree prepares students for management careers in a healthcare organization. Graceland strives to provide students with the educational foundation to excel by emphasizing ethical practices and using the latest research technology.

The program offers courses educating students with medical knowledge, informatics experience, and management expertise. Graceland provides students with a well-rounded understanding of the healthcare system and various factors that impact the healthcare environment. 

In order to graduate with the Health Care Management major, students must complete up to 30 hours of credit within the program along with the required general education courses.  These classes involve learning the principles of marketing, healthcare finance and economics, electronic data management, leadership in healthcare, and even require an internship in healthcare management.

Graduates with the Health Care Management major can typically find management positions in places such as hospitals, community health providers, and long-term care facilities.  Students can also pursue careers in healthcare related organizations such as health insurance companies, pharmaceutical companies, and consulting firms.

Graceland will only consider a student’s application if he or she qualifies in at least two of the following three criteria: rank in upper 50 percent of your high school class, have a 2.50 GPA or above on a 4.00 system, have either a minimum ACT score of 21 or a minimum combined SAT I score of 960.


Minimum 2.50 grade point average or above based on a 4.00 system.

Accreditation & Licensing

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission