Health Care Administration FAQ

Q: What types of jobs will I be qualified for after graduation?

Upon graduation you will be qualified to work in the healthcare industry in an administrative capacity at medical offices, hospitals, nursing homes, etc. Most graduates continue to a bachelor’s or Master’s degree in order to open the door to additional career opportunities.

Q: What do most students do with this degree?

Most students transfer this degree into a major university to complete a Bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration, business management or public administration.

Q: How many credits are in the program?

66 credit hours

Q: How many hours a week will I be studying?

The amount of time you spend participating in class and completing work will vary, but the average is somewhere around 15-20 hours a week.

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