Listed below are all of the accredited schools in South Carolina that offer Health Administration degree programs.go to school listings
South Carolina is bordered by the Atlantic ocean to the east, the Blue Ridge Mountains to the northwest, and Georgia to its south. The friendly Southern culture makes it a welcoming place to relocate. The state has a growing Hispanic population, so Spanish speakers are needed in every industry. The state’s high teen birthrate and high childhood obesity levels make health care a high priority. There is a large effort to improve the condition of the state’s health care system.
Health Admin Education in South Carolina
You can pursue health administration training in South Carolina in either Charleston or Columbia. Degree programs are offered at the bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate level.
Outlook for Health Admin Careers in South Carolina
South Carolina's numerous hospital systems and medical centers provide many health administration career opportunities throughout the state. Workers in the industry earn less than the national average--$81,560 annually (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2010 data). Rural communities are in need of health care workers, as are communities with growing Hispanic populations.