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.

CCU: Ranked #3 Online Health Care Administration Degree Program

Students fortunate enough to study health care administration at Colorado Christian University’s College of Adult and Graduate Studies already understand the value of incorporating faith into the classroom, especially as it relates to the always changing realm of health care. Now, those outside of CCU’s College of Adult and Graduate Studies are also learning of … Continued

What is an MBA in HCA and How it Can Help Your Career

The health care field is the one industry in the United States that is showing an increase in demand for qualified employees. While a traditional health care administration degree will help a student land a job in this desirable field, it may limit their upward mobility. An MBA in HCA can help provide the job … Continued

6 Networking Tips for Health Care Administrators

While the healthcare industry is an up-and-coming industry for students today, it’s important for students to begin their networking early in order to land the best jobs. There will be a growing number of jobs available for healthcare administrators in the coming years, but it will still be a competitive market. Networking for healthcare professionals … Continued

Will Health Care Administration Salaries Increase in 2014?

As 2013 winds down, many people are already looking ahead to the next year. Especially interested in what 2014 will look like are those who are furthering their education. The health care administration field is an area experiencing rapid growth, with an expected growth of 22 percent by the year 2020. If you’re working toward … Continued

Health Care Administration Programs 101: Getting Started

Health Care Administration Programs 101: Getting Started

The need for quality health care from hospitals, clinic, and other care facilities grows every day. By the year 2016, it is expected that there will be a need for 100,000 Health Care Administrators, making it an excellent career choice for those who are up to the challenge. Becoming a Health Care Administrator is not … Continued