Bachelor of Science in Business Administration / Healthcare Administration
As health care administration careers and services diversify, demand for business professionals with an enhanced knowledge of healthcare administration is expected to continue to grow. This Online Degree in Health Care Administration is unique to Urbana University and is designed to give students a broad-based business perspective along with a concentration of knowledge in health care administration. Our faculty are experienced professionals in the areas they teach, and we emphasize small class sizes that foster individual attention and close connections between faculty and students. This Business Administration Online Degree in Health Care Administration is designed to help you learn skills in effective business communications, strategies in decision making, and methods to improve community and managed health care in the United States. Whether you’re beginning an administrative position or planning on graduate studies, this Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a major in Health Care Administration degree will give you the skills and educational expertise necessary to excel and advance your career.
Degree Level: Bachelor
Delivery Format: 100% Online
Accelerated Degree: No
Accreditation & Licensing
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
Urbana University is a private, four-year not-for-profit institution of higher education located in the city of Urbana, Ohio. In 1850, the leadership of the Swedenborgian Church founded the coeducational Urbana Seminary, and began classes for elementary and secondary students in a rented room of a building in the Town Square of Urbana, Ohio. Chartered by the State of Ohio, Urbana Seminary added college classes by the mid-1850s. The school halted classes during the Civil War, and resumed once more in 1866. By the turn of the twentieth century, the school eliminated elementary education, focusing on secondary and two-year college programs. By 1928, the school terminated secondary programs, and in 1968, four-year college programs became permanent. Urbana changed its title to Urbana University in the 1980s. Today, the private, not-for-profit institution remains independent, though it retains support from the Swedenborgian Church.
With a curriculum focused on liberal arts and career-oriented degrees, Urbana offers associate’s, bachelor’s, and master's degrees, in addition to certificates. Degrees are housed in the following colleges:
- College of Arts, Science & Education
- College of Professional & Applied Studies
Urbana has an online eLearning program that provides a flexible alternative for nontraditional students. Urbana offers several online programs, all accredited at the graduate level. Courses are delivered in eight-week asynchronous formats to better facilitate educational goals.
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