The Healthcare Management program at Bellevue University will help you take advantage of emerging career opportunities in areas such as:
The Bachelor's in Healthcare Management will help you to develop and combine business administration skills with essential healthcare knowledge. You'll be prepared with the relevant expertise needed to fine tune organizational systems within the highly dynamic and regulated medical field. In the online healthcare management degree program, you’ll benefit from:
You’ll gain valuable insight from our faculty with real-world experience in the healthcare industry as well as peers in your cohort. Integrating hands-on, applied to learn with theory, all Bellevue University degrees are designed to deliver a transformative learning experience that is flexible to accommodate your personal and work life.
The in-class or online Bachelor's in Healthcare Management will enable you to put your passion for high-quality service to work while maintaining the highest standards of patient care.
Upon completion of the degree, you'll be prepared for a variety of roles in health services management, health information management, medical services, or public health, and for graduate studies such as the Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA). Graduates will be able to do the following:
You can apply until:
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