The B.S. in Health Care Administration at CCU equips you with an excellent understanding of health care and crucial practical skills to lead others.
Our Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration program will teach you the leadership skills and health care knowledge you need to excel in this highly competitive field. At CCU, all of our courses are taught from a Christian worldview. This gives you the opportunity to discuss and grapple with pressing issues, including ethical considerations, quality of life issues and personal interactions.
In our bachelor’s in health care administration program, you'll be trained in a wide array of health care topics while learning from industry-experienced instructors. Courses will cover statistics and informatics, regulations affecting health care, fiscal concerns affecting efficient delivery of health care, and more. You'll also become adept at leading and managing others, because health care is, at its core, about people.
Classes are typically completed in 5-week blocks.
See Tuition and Fees for details.
A degree in health care management and administration can prepare you to provide for leadership careers in health care administration, including a residential clinic manager, a supervisor in a long-term care facility, or the administrator of a large unit in a hospital.
Note: If you complete all of the General Education Core requirements (53 credit hours) in CCU's Bachelor of Science in Nursing pre-licensure program, you will satisfy all General Education requirements in the B.S. in Health Care Administration if you transfer to this program.
You can take classes online or at one of our College of Adult and Graduate Studies Regional Centers.
To learn more about this program, contact the College of Adult and Graduate Studies Center near you.