CCU offers certificate, associate and bachelor degree programs to help you start a new career in health care administration. An certificate or associate degree can help you obtain an entry-level position while a bachelor’s degree will allow for more opportunities for future career growth.

Student Spotlight – Kristin Valenti, Health Care Administration

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  For many adults, the idea of going back to school can be stressful. Adding another time-consuming element to a busy life can be a struggle, but it is doable—and worth the time and commitment required to get a degree as an adult. Meet Kristin Valenti. She’s a College of Adult and Graduate Studies student … Continued

5 Features to Look for in a Health Care Administrator Program­

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To truly enjoy your work, you need have a passion for it and see its value. Are you interested in health care? Do you want the prospect to work in a rapidly growing career field? Health care administrators have a great opportunity to be a leader and make a difference in their communities. Being a … Continued

Jobs that Could Be Yours with an HCA Degree

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Even during recessions, healthcare is one of the few industries in America that continue to grow. No matter the state of the economy, people still get sick and need care to get better. There are many health services administration jobs that are vital to the successful care of patients and don’t directly interact with patient … Continued

Asclepius’s Purse: Earnings in Health Care Management

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In today’s shaky job market, you know what’s so great about entering into health care administration? Helping people while making a very comfortable income! And the choice of positions, work environments, and residences are practically unlimited. In short, it’s high time these opportunities received more recognition. Never considered a career in health care? Aren’t familiar … Continued

A Day in the Life of a Health Care Administrator

Health care administrators — also known as health services managers or health administrators — are responsible for planning, directing, and coordinating the effective delivery of health care for an entire facility or within a specific department in an organization. Get started with an MBA in healthcare admin online. Career Outlook As the health care field continues … Continued