Health Administration

Health Administration

Employers are looking for you. Stand out with a degree in health administration.

There’s no question that health administration is one of the most sought-after degrees in higher education. For years, health care professionals have featured as one of the top jobs on the market (Forbes) with a fantastic rate of return for new graduates.

SJC Online gives you an open door to build your new life in health administration. This is the path you’ve been looking for, and there's no easier way to pave it.

B.S. in Health Administration
Start your health care career, and lead the way.

B.S. in Health Administration

Health administration covers a wide spectrum of professions, and many of SJC Online students already have credentials in the health fields. Some are in radiologic technology, nursing and medical records. Others, though, are just seeking to enhance their career prospects through this program.

Our B.S. in Health Administration develops administrative skills and knowledge through an extensive curriculum that includes organizational behavior, comprehensive health planning, human resources management, long-term health care administration, staff development, financial management and home care administration.

This major fosters the development of knowledge skills, intellectual skills, and personal value systems. The program provides students with the opportunity to explore and understand diverse ideas and cultures as they relate to the provision of health care services.

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M.S. in Management, Health Care Management Concentration
Management careers in health organizations await.

M.S. In Management, Health Care Management Concentration

If you're interested in a management career within a health organization, SJC Online's M.S. in Management degree offers an accessible and competitive Health Care Management Concentration catered to working adults. You'll build the necessary skills and competencies that are required of health care managers and executives across all sectors of the health care industry, at your own convenience. A leadership position is in your reach — find out just how far you can excel in the health care field with a M.S. in Management, Health Care Management Concentration. 

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M.B.A. in Health Care Management
Looking to advance in the health care industry?

M.B.A. in Health Care Management

The M.B.A. in Health Care Management provides a comprehensive business education that emphasizes the financial, legal, regulatory, managerial, political, social and historical aspects of health care while also focusing on current issues. It will help you develop and combine business skills with essential healthcare knowledge. Throughout the curriculum, the program supports the development of ethical behavior and social responsibility, including diversity within the workplace. Each course has a self-directed managerial applications component that addresses an appropriate, student-identified issue/problem/task within an actual health care environment.

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Dual Degree B.S. in Health Administration/M.B.A. in Health Care Management
Optimize your resources, and time with a dual degree.

Dual Degree B.S. in Health Administration/M.B.A. in Health Care Management

SJC Online's dual degree programs help you get the most bang for your buck. Prepare yourself to gather the tools necessary to advance to a senior managerial position in the health care industry. Build upon undergraduate courses in health administration while simultaneously completing graduate level courses. If you're beginning your journey into the health care field at the entry level, you'll find this option particularly attractive, as it allows you the opportunity to be immersed in the field without interruptions to your education.  

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Congratulations: You're in high demand!

When you earn a degree in health administration, you'll be suited for a variety of positions across the state and the country. Lay the groundwork for career mobility and growth among fellow health care professionals. Some graduates have gone on to hold careers in various areas, including assisted living, clinic and health information administration; and clinical, data, health care and medical practice management.