Evening|Weekend|Online B.A. or B.S. in Healthcare Management
- For adult women who want to build on their prior experience in healthcare and advance into management.
- Salary: $84,270 was the average annual salary for a medical and health services manager in 2012.*
- Flexible course scheduling blends evening/weekend meetings with online learning.
- Affordable tuition rates.
- Transfer in your previous credits — graduate sooner.
- Get a head start on a Master of Business Administration (MBA) or Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership (MAOL). Complete up to two graduate courses while earning your B.S. or B.A.
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Majoring in Healthcare Management
Are you looking to expand your leadership role in healthcare? Our healthcare management major will build on your previous experience — students generally have two years of work or educational experience in healthcare — and develop your skills for leading in today's rapidly changing healthcare organizations.
You'll learn core management skills for healthcare organizations. You'll study business practices, leadership skills and support services used by healthcare administrators. And you'll develop and deepen your skills in healthcare economics, finance, accounting, diverse workforce management, information technology and marketing.
We'll also assist your search for internships and other real-world learning opportunities. Many students complete "stretch" assignments or applied career development projects at their current workplaces, gaining new skills and opportunities for advancement.
Advance Your Career and Your Life
A bachelor's degree with a healthcare management major will prepare you for leadership roles in healthcare organizations, social service agencies, assisted living and senior living organizations, pharmaceutical companies, biomedical firms and other for-profit and nonprofit organizations.
This is an excellent program for health professionals — clinical professionals, as well as people working on the administrative functions in hospitals, clinics and other healthcare organizations — who want to lead teams, manage facilities and advance into all areas of healthcare management. Find out more about healthcare management career pathways
With an average class size of 15 students, St. Catherine University offers all students a supportive and collaborative environment. This personal commitment to your success is especially important if you're returning to college after a long absence or starting your university education for the first time.
Our expert faculty, academic advisers, career counselors and other staff members are readily available. You can advance your life and career, and we'll be with you every step of the way.
Program of Study
Among the required major courses you'll take are:
- "Principles of Management"
- "Biomedical Ethics" and
- "Communication in Organizations."
You'll also gain knowledge and skills through supporting course work in accounting, marketing, statistics, and psychology or sociology. You'll learn more about how information technology can improve care, and how to ensure high-quality patient care at a reasonable cost.
Uniquely St. Kate's
Effective written and oral communication skills are especially important in healthcare leadership positions. All healthcare management majors complete two writing-intensive courses.
In addition, you'll be enriched by the University's long-standing commitments to ethics, values and social justice.
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