If you’ve got a mind for business and a heart for healthcare, consider this: the Rasmussen College Healthcare Management Bachelor’s degree-completion program prepares you for a leadership role managing healthcare facilities—often as a health services manager. With your strong background in leadership, analytics, financial management and healthcare policy, combined with a thorough knowledge of diverse healthcare settings, you’ll be prepared to manage teams, initiate projects and steer policy through almost any organization. You’ll benefit from small classes taught by healthcare industry professionals who help you refine the skills employers are hiring for. Hands-on projects, along with case studies from Harvard Business Publishing, allow you to gain relevant experience. The degree is offered entirely online, letting you balance work, school and life.
The transfer policy allows you to transfer your Associate’s degree or college credits toward a Bachelor’s degree. Plus, the Flex Choice® option allows you to save on tuition and accelerate your degree program by combining traditional courses and self-directed assessments.
Completion time is dependent on transfer credits accepted and courses completed each term.
This bachelor completion program requires 180 credits for completion. Students may transfer up to 60 credits. Students must hold an associate’s degree from an accredited institution as recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or completed a minimum 60 quarter/40 semester credits; grade “C” or higher.
Accreditation & Licensing
Rasmussen College is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. hlcommission.org | 800-621-7440.
This program is not authorized for residents of: Puerto Rico, American Samoa, or N. Mariana Islands.
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