Bachelor of Science in Health Services Coordination
Western Governors University

Program Details

WGU’s online Bachelor of Science in Health Services Coordination degree program prepares graduates to serve as liaisons between healthcare providers and patients to improve the effectiveness, safety, and efficiency of an increasingly complex healthcare system.  Designed in collaboration with healthcare’s foremost leaders, the BSHSC program focuses on advanced care coordination, patient-centered care, health information technology proficiency, healthcare finance and regulations, and chronic condition proficiency. Graduates will be equipped with the skills and knowledge necessary for a successful career in the emerging field of care coordination.

WGU offers low, flat-rate tuition that’s about half what students pay at other online universities. WGU's online programs deliver unparalleled flexibility, allowing students to complete coursework whenever and wherever works best for their schedules. Students also benefit from the competency-based learning model, which lets them complete most courses as quickly as they prove mastery of the material, making it possible to accelerate their progress and potentially graduate faster. Faculty Mentors work one-on-one with WGU students, providing dedicated coaching, guidance, and support from enrollment through graduation, and beyond.

Requirements

  • Have earned a high school diploma or GED
  • Official transcripts of all prior academic work completed at community colleges, colleges, or universities you’ve attended
  • Be at least 16 years of age
  • Meet any program-specific admissions requirements
  • Interview with a WGU Enrollment Counselor

School Accreditation Statement

Western Governors University is the only university to have received simultaneous accreditation by four regional accrediting commissions. Currently, WGU's "home" accrediting commission is the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, the same organization that accredits such leading institutions as the University of Washington, University of Oregon, University of Utah, Brigham Young University, and other public and private colleges.