BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATION
A Champlain College Health Care Administration Bachelor’s Degree challenges you to build on what you know as a healthcare professional, pushing you to think about what can be done differently and more efficiently. Our HCA classes are anchored in the real world with instructors who are also healthcare practitioners, and who are passionate about their area of expertise and in helping you succeed. Additionally, because this online B.S. health care administration degree is built for individuals currently working in healthcare, you and your classmates will learn from each other by sharing best practices and diverse perspectives. You’ll build a network of relationships that will benefit you throughout your career.
Please Note: This is a 60 credit accelerated bachelor’s program. In order to be eligible, you must first have an associate degree, or 60 equivalent college credits, in any discipline. Need an associate degree? Consider our associate degree in business management before pursuing your health care administration bachelor’s.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Outlook Handbook, employment opportunities for health care administrators are expected to increase by 23% by 2022, which is much faster than the national average for all jobs. With a degree in healthcare administration, you could find yourself planning, directing or coordinating health and medical services in a variety of different settings such as a hospital, private practice, skilled nursing facility, insurance company, public health facility and more.
Complete your coursework wherever you are when it’s most convenient for you.
TRANSFER UP TO 90 CREDITS
Transfer up to 90 credits toward your bachelor’s degree and finish faster.
Learn from faculty experts with real-world experience and knowledge.
7-8 WEEK COURSES
Reach degree completion sooner with 7-8 week courses and up to 6 start dates per year.
My bachelor’s degree was something I have wanted since earning my associate in 2002. In 2013, I started a new position that required a bachelor’s, which pushed me to complete my degree quickly. I chose Champlain in large part because of the class size and because it offered the degree I wanted completely online.”
MARY, Bachelor’s in Healthcare Administration