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Program Details

Mid-America Christian University is offering a unique degree program that combines theological Christian ethics and health care administration training. The Bachelor's of Health Care Administration and Ethics degree program will give students the knowledge they need to become leaders in a wide range of health care professions. With a focus on administrative skill development, students will examine how health care management works on multiple levels. The University uses real health care business issues to give a hands-on and practical education of health challenges.  The instructors are experienced, Christian professionals who have worked in nearly all of the different forms of health care organizations. Graduates will not only learn how to excel as leaders, but how to inspire and encourage employees to participate in ethical decision making.

The curriculum consists of 55 credit hours of classes. Students can expect to complete a combination of business, health care, leadership and theology courses that will give them a full understanding of health care administration. All classes are administered online in an easy to use web environment. Students will have the option to complete their coursework and assignments at any point during the week. Mid-America Christian University takes great strides to insure that their online programs have the same level of quality as traditional on-campus education.

This program offers only the core major requirements for the B.A. in Health Care Administration and Ethics. Students will be responsible for having at least 49 previously earned credit hours of general education classes before entering into this program. Prospective students must be at least 22 years of age to apply.


Students must be at least 22 years of age. 49 credit hours of undergraduate general education are required.

Accreditation & Licensing

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