A bachelor's of arts in healthcare management gives you a comprehensive understanding of the healthcare system, while teaching you how to lead teams to success.
Prepare for high-earning careers in fields like healthcare administration, HR, and patient services.
10,000 annual openings in California for non-clinical health roles (Source)
Accredited by the New England Commision of Higher Education (NECHE).
Transfer in 60 or more college credits, or an accredited associate degree, and you may be eligible to start this program halfway. Transfer in less than 60 college credits and you may be eligible to transfer credits to the “associate’s degree track”
Learn and apply management functions, theories and models in the healthcare setting, with special attention to effective decision-making and communication.
Understand the history, structure, and function of the healthcare system in the U.S.
Employ medical and biological concepts and terminology needed by non-clinical staff working in a healthcare setting.
Apply creative problem-solving techniques together with algebra, geometry and statistics to address real-world challenges.
Master accounting competencies necessary for managers to interpret and evaluate the financial effects of day-to-day management decisions.
Analyze how culture shapes interpersonal relations and their own perspectives, and improve your abilities to communicate effectively in a variety of professional settings.
Understand major legal and regulatory frameworks in human resources, evaluation of staff performance, and effective recruitment, selection and retention processes.
Evaluate the shifting models of organizations, analyze organizational change, and apply key theories to make informed management decisions.
Conduct breakeven analysis, prepare operating budgets and explore cost concepts that are essential for management decisions.
Use a variety of techniques to analyze common management issues, apply decision-making frameworks and communicate effectively with stakeholders.