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Career Choices in Health Administration

The American healthcare industry is vast when measured on almost any scale. It handles more than 36 million hospital admissions annually according to the American Hospital Association, and books outpatient appointments and consultations for hundreds of millions more. According to a Brooking’s Institute report from 2019, the industry accounts for 24 percent of government spending and employs 11 percent of all American workers, more than 16 million jobs… one out of every eight workers in the country.

And then there’s the health insurance industry, which delivers almost a quarter of all non-wage compensation paid out to Americans each year. Think of that for a minute – health insurance payouts are equal to a full 25% of all the social security, veterans benefits, social assistance, private pensions, interest, dividends, annuities and other similar investment products paid out in the United States every year. At the same time, individual consumers still put more than 8 percent of all their spending toward health care, averaging more than $10,000 apiece every year.

If there’s anything you can be sure about, it’s when that many patients are being seen and managed, and that much money is floating around, there is a lot of administration work required to make it happen. And that means a lot of healthcare administration jobs to fill.

Making career choices in an industry this flush with money and a field like health administration with so many opportunities is no small task. Not only does it include several major employment sectors of its own, but there are also dozens of administrative specialties that can be combined with dozens of medical specialties to create hundreds of totally unique career paths. All of those paths can depend on education, experience, and your personal circumstances… every decision you make from the time you graduate high school to the time you pick out a doctoral dissertation topic will influence the trajectory of your career in this fast-moving and ever-changing industry.

The things you know about a career in healthcare administration is that it will be exciting, fast-paced, and offer you every opportunity to help people who need and deserve quality care. Everything else may be up in the air.

Challenges in Picking a Health Administration Career Path

If there is one thing you can count on in any healthcare job, it is that your carefully planned career will be thrown off the tracks at some point by rapid changes you may not even see coming. Healthcare administrators, in only the past two decades, have had to deal with some epochal shifts in the industry:

  • Compensation and coverage changes, and shifts in the patient population stemming from the Affordable Care Act in 2010
  • The first genetically targeted therapies emerging after the successful sequencing of the human genome in 2000
  • Widespread adoption of electronic health records (EHR) stemming from a 2004 initiative from the Bush administration
  • Major shifts in treatment and sanitary procedures driven by the rapid rise in healthcare-associated infections such as MRSA
  • Whiplash demands on providers, supply chains, and administrative processes driven by the COVID-19 pandemic

That’s all in about half the timeline of a typical career in the field.

There’s no telling what’s just around the corner for healthcare administration professionals. Some of the most high-demand careers in the field didn’t exist a generation ago until big changes in technology and regulation came along to give rise to entirely new domains like healthcare informatics and electronic health records. In a decade, other entirely new roles may emerge, while others may fade into the background.

A Change-Driven Industry Demands Highly Educated Administrators

There’s no sure way to predict exactly what kind of changes you will see in the industry during your lifetime, but there are some trends that future healthcare administration professionals should be watching and preparing for to stay relevant:

Emerging Threats Require More Planning – COVID-19 isn’t gone, and it’s probably not the last pandemic you will see in the course of your career (although we can all hope it represented the worst); population pressures and climate change continue to drive new healthcare threats. And much remains uncertain about the prognosis for millions who survived the coronavirus, as well; 30 percent of hospitalized patients were found with moderate or severe kidney injuries. Could it mean a wave of organ failures in ten or twenty years time? Administrators have to be ever-vigilant and prepared for the possibility of new healthcare threats.

Information Technology Changes Treatments – Although EHRs are already becoming common in the industry, they are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the potential for information technology to drive innovation. AI-diagnostics, data-mining to discover healthcare trends and new drugs, micro-implants and nano-tech organ repair… all of them are on the horizon and each individually could completely overturn conventional treatment modalities.

Evolving Patient Population Needs – The fact that the Baby Boom generation is creating a vast wave of geriatric care concerns for the American healthcare industry is, at this point, old news. But less noticed outside the industry is a similar demographic shift in patient population that will challenge many of the expectations and conventions in modern American healthcare. It’s driving a need for new culturally-aware healthcare practices – everything from language and religious considerations to accommodating different dietary needs and preferences.

Uncertain Political Landscape Threatens Systems – COVID-19 also exposed extreme fractures in the healthcare system, from shaky supply chains to broken public health warning and prevention systems. Court fights, even during the worst of the pandemic, to repeal the ACA showed deep disagreements over how healthcare in America should be paid for and how many Americans should even be covered. If ACA’s passage was a sea change in the healthcare system, its repeal will be equally consequential for healthcare providers. The regulatory and financial uncertainty in the system today is a constant concern for administrators.

These trends – and others that may not even have been identified yet – will all play some part in changing the course of your career in healthcare. It’s a wise idea to pick a path that’s likely to keep you ahead of the curve, but it’s also smart to stay flexible enough to be able to adjust course as changes emerge.

The Right Health Administration Degree for the Career You Want

Being ready for the career you want, and anything that might come your way during the course of that career, always starts with getting a college education. Not only is college your ticket into the industry, but it’s also your best insurance for longevity. That’s because college degrees not only give you the specific knowledge you need for healthcare administration, but they also deliver something that’s just as valuable: the capability to continue learning long after graduation.

At a minimum, this will demand at least a couple years of intensive study; at the top end of the profession, you could find yourself spending more than a decade in school.

Health Administration Degree levels explained

Your degree choice is not a one-shot deal, though. It’s better to think of it as a ladder, with lower degrees opening the gateway to higher degrees. You don’t have to decide right away what your end goal will be. It might even be a mistake to do so, before getting first-hand exposure to the work. After a number of years in the field you may very well decide that you want to move up to a more senior position, and the good news is that you’ll have the degree options to make that happen.

Even if you keep moving up the ladder, you’re very unlikely to do it all in one throw… while it’s fairly common to transition from an associate program directly to a bachelor’s degree, in all other cases you will usually be expected to put in some time actually working in the industry to build your experience before going after more advanced degrees like the MHA or DHA.

Health Administration Degree Levels Explained

In addition to the time required and the jobs they will qualify you for, you’ll find that there are some differences in how degrees at each level are designed and what the educational goals look like.

Associate Associate degrees are designed to provide both basic preparation for entry-level healthcare administrative services jobs and to serve as a stepping-stone into a bachelor’s degree. It makes sense to think of them as the first half of a bachelor’s, in fact, since a fully transferable associate program will count for approximately half of a bachelor’s degree. That means in addition to the healthcare and business principles you will learn, they also include basic liberal arts and general education courses, such as English, social studies, and math.

An associate degree can prepare you for job titles that include:

  • Administrative Assistant
  • Medical Billing and Coding Specialist
  • Health Office Receptionist
  • Medical Office Scheduler
  • Medical Transcriptionist

Bachelors In addition to offering specialized knowledge in administrative methods and processes that go on behind the scenes in healthcare organizations, bachelor’s programs are designed to offer a general well-rounded education in the arts and sciences. Continuing from the base of an associate program (or including similar coursework if you did not earn an associate degree first), that means a sequence of required classes that are designed to give you a range of general knowledge and to improve your critical thinking and communication skills.

A bachelor’s degree can prepare you for job titles that include:

  • Practice Manager
  • Medical Office Business Consultant
  • Billing and Reimbursement Specialist
  • Human Resource Manager

Masters Whether you’re going for the coveted MHA (Master of Health Administration) or an MBA with a focus in health administration, master’s programs require you to have a bachelor’s degree under your belt, and forego the larger liberal arts perspective in favor of a highly specialized education that is directly pertinent to healthcare administration knowledge and skills. The classes are small, there is more one-to-one interaction with instructors, and your course of instruction will be more self-directed, angled toward completing thesis work in an area that you have selected for yourself.

An MHA or MBA can prepare you for administrative, management, director and even executive level job titles in a variety of settings and industry sectors. Some of the most popular among them are:

  • Insurance Provider Administrator
  • Hospital Administrator
  • Pharmaceutical Sales Administrator
  • Clinical Research Administrator
  • Assisted Living and Elder Care
  • Hospice Administrator
  • Medical Office Manager

Doctorate  Either a PhD or practice-focused Doctor of Health Administration (DHA) degree will put you on the cutting-edge of healthcare administration studies, involving original research as well as deep investigations into the latest theory and thought in the field. Even more than at the master’s level, you are expected to drive your own program at this level, with as much as a year of your studies almost entirely devoted to researching and writing a doctoral dissertation that involves original research and novel ideas, which you will have to defend in front of a committee of experts in the field.

A PhD is generally more geared toward working in academia and research, while a practice-focused DHA puts you in the running for top level director and executive positions:

  • PhD – Philosophy degrees are only found at the doctoral level, and emphasize research above everything else. They are considered terminal degrees, so represent the highest level of study in the field, but they are intended primarily to prepare future college instructors and high-caliber researchers rather than actual healthcare administrators.
  • DHA – Doctor of Healthcare Administration programs are considered terminal degrees as well, but they are applied doctorates: an advanced level of study that is aimed at execution and leadership more than research. They will look at real-world case studies and consider problems of actual service delivery more than research and education matters.

The job titles you can compete for with a DHA won’t necessarily be categorically different from the positions you’d have access to with a master’s, but it may put the executive positions a bit more within reach, including facility and system CEO positions.

Health Administration Degree Specializations

Degrees have different specializations baked into them, which are usually quite clear based on the title. There are dozens of these in healthcare administration, some of them only available at certain degree levels; health informatics, for example, can be found in bachelor’s or master’s offerings, but not as an associate. And naturally, the degrees generally become more and more specialized the more advanced it is.

They may also be modified by concentration or specializations offered by the school, so you can find a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration with specializations in accounting, finance, human resources, project management, or dozens of other areas.

Other concentrations can include:

  • Global Health – Education in international healthcare delivery, service, and supply
  • Health Informatics – Cutting-edge information technology approaches to health systems
  • Acute Care – Focus on the meat and potatoes hospital and clinic administration elements of healthcare management
  • Long Term Care – Prepares students for work as administrators in geriatric, mental health, or rehabilitation care facilities
  • Patient Safety and Quality – Drills down on safety and security processes in all phases of healthcare, including monitoring and improvement programs
  • Health Promotion/Marketing – Uncovers the aspects of advertising and marketing services to either healthcare clients or populations

There are also a number of degrees in other areas that offer healthcare concentrations that will prepare you just as well for a career in healthcare administration. Degrees in business, particularly MBAs with concentrations in healthcare management, are very common among the ranks of current healthcare executives.

Other such common majors that may have healthcare management tracks include:

  • Master of Public Health
  • Bachelor/Master of Science in Health Science
  • Bachelor of Business Administration
  • Doctor of Health Services
  • Doctor of Business Administration

Finally, many of these programs are available as dual degrees. In other words, you can simultaneously pursue two different bachelor’s or master’s degrees in different, but related major areas that are complimentary. It’s most common to find this sort of arrangement between a general degree, such as an MBA, and a highly-specialized aspect of healthcare management, like Mental Health Administration or similar.

As you can see, it’s not just the level of education that will determine what kind of role you can take on in healthcare administration, but also the subject and focus of that degree program.

Online and Traditional Healthcare Administration Programs Exist at Every Level

Even before COVID-19 upended both college and healthcare, online degree programs were becoming more and more common. Today, at the master’s level especially, they are maybe even more common than traditional, on-campus programs.

You’ll find your options wide-open, though, so you’ll have to make a decision as to how you want your curriculum delivered – in-person or online. There are pros and cons to each:

Pros for Online Healthcare Administration Degrees

  • No need to relocate: With remote learning, you can pick the college you’ve always dreamed of attending even if it’s halfway across the country, all while you stay right where you are.
  • Study when you want: Most online degrees are offered with asynchronous classes, which means you can attend class in your PJs at 2am and no one will be the wiser.
  • Keep your current commitments: That flexibility also allows you to keep your current job, since class hours won’t necessarily cut into work hours, or keep up with family obligations.
  • Keep costs low: Some online programs are offered at a lower cost than traditional studies; without having to pay for classrooms, utilities, or other on-campus costs, colleges can deliver these more efficiently.

Cons of Online Healthcare Administration Degrees

  • You need fast, stable internet: Since all your classwork is arriving over the internet, and all your homework is turned in the same way, you’ll be out of luck without a fast, consistent internet connection.
  • Classrooms create focus: For some people, it’s just easier to get into the right frame of mind to study in a traditional classroom environment. Online courses can’t offer that.
  • Missing in-person contact: Similarly, some people learn better when they are interacting in person with instructors and fellow students. A video connection isn’t quite the same thing.
  • Too much going on at home: Learning at home assumes you have a quiet space to yourself for focus and study. But that’s not true for everyone, so a traditional college campus might be a better choice in that case.

Of course, those aren’t always the only two choices. Many programs are actually hybrid offerings now, which combine some elements of on-campus attendance for certain classes and team projects with classmates, while the bulk of classes and participatory coursework is delivered online. These blended programs frequently deliver the best of both worlds, offering classes that are easily absorbed remotely, minimizing your attendance requirements, while still offering more involved projects in-person.

Health Administration Careers

We can only give you a taste of the many different career options that are open in the world of healthcare administration. By the time you finish your education, there will probably be many more. And you might even forge ahead and create your own new path in the field as new technologies and new challenges make other administrative careers available.

But these are a representative sample of some of the titles, paths, and salaries that you can find in the American healthcare industry as of October of 2020:

 

Health Administration Careers explained

Salary data accessed 11/5/2020

You’ll notice that many of these positions are accessible from a variety of different educational backgrounds. But the level of degree is not the only consideration; you’ll also need to consider the specialization of the program.

Which Health Administration Career Option Is Right For Me?

We have already dumped a lot of information on you about healthcare education and careers. But information doesn’t make the decision for you. Although there are very real calculations you will have to make before deciding on a degree program you can afford, the most important decisions have to do with where your interests are and what you enjoy doing from day-to-day on the job.

This table gives you some idea of the level of education you need for different career paths, but also some of those key features that weave the fabric of your daily experience in each of those roles:

 

Health Administration Degrees and Career comparison

To a great extent, it all comes down to focus and setting. You’ll choose among these depending on your preparation and personality. Is working directly with patients more your style? Or does supporting doctors and nurses line up better with your interests? You want to spend your days in a big, busy hospital, or a small neighborhood clinic where you get to know all your regular patients? Or do you enjoy working behind the scenes, crunching the numbers and making big decisions that will influence how millions of dollars in resources are allocated and helping thousands or people who will never even know you exist?

Healthcare Administration Focus Areas

Patient Focus: These roles operate in management closer to where the action happens in patient care settings. Administrators here may or may not have a lot of direct patient contact, but they do spend most of their time considering operational details that have a lot of impact on the patient experience and treatment outcomes.

That includes keeping up with the latest developments in treatment and making sure facilities have the necessary equipment and supplies. During the pandemic, patient-facing healthcare administrators were working overtime to overcome shortages in 29 of the 40 basic drugs used in COVID-19 treatment, according to the Center for Infectious Disease Research, as well as undertaking crash programs to expand ICU bed capacity in places like fairgrounds and sport stadiums.

In less chaotic times, these admins spend their days reviewing paperwork on outcomes, overseeing deep-cleaning and infection control processes, and coordinating with emergency medical services and other facilities for patient transfers and treatment. They also take care of more basic considerations in patient care, like feeding, intake and discharge paperwork handling, and essential physical plant considerations like heating and cooling systems. Regulatory compliance is also a big focus in patient treatment, so these executives have to stay up-to-date on requirements and monitor their facilities to make sure all processes are in line.

Employee: Staffing and labor relations are the big daily concerns for administrators with this focus. In an industry that is expected to see a shortage of as many as 45,000 primary care providers by 2030 according to estimates from the American College of Physicians, recruiting and retention are a constant concern in these roles. Employee-focused admins draw up schedules, deal with time-off requests, handle training considerations like bringing in continuing education seminars and speakers to keep staff up on the latest information in their respective fields.

They are the ones responsible for making basic work assignments from day-to-day, deciding which staff are the right fit for certain assignments, and following up to make sure the job has been done and done properly. They also field requests from staff to deal with everything from pay raise requests to new equipment or operating procedure changes.

All of this adds up to spending a lot of face time with both direct reports and other managers in the organization. Networking and recruiting efforts are also high on the list to help keep staffing levels up and bring in the best people for the jobs at hand.

Finance: Finance-focused executives and administrators spend much of their time staring at spreadsheets and billing forms. They may ensure that documentation is in order to comply with billing procedures from insurance companies, or they may be on the other end of that, at insurance companies themselves, evaluating and approving or rejecting charges.

Budgeting is important in all aspects of healthcare, where a lot of money is floating around but margins may be tight. Finance professionals help forecast demand and income, and work with other managers to build out realistic budgets to make sure everything adds up.

The finance team is also sometimes the bearer of bad news; when the state of Tennessee converted its Medicaid program over to a managed care model, St. Joseph Hospital and Healthcare Centers found it had to cut expenditures by $8 million year-over-year. Working with consultants, the financial team worked out how to break that down into layoffs resulting in $6 million in savings, dropping 162 jobs in the process.

Other (Research, Data, Lab): These roles represent the more technical side of healthcare administrative work. They may not involve any supervisory work at all; instead, the focus could be on developing reports and data collection procedures in an informatics position, or conducting large-scale surveys of the public or medical providers to gather information for public health policy development.

This is a grab-bag of jobs that may not have a lot in common, but also don’t necessarily have a lot in common with other focus areas. An epidemiology administrator, for example, can expect to work a lot with other public health officials and agencies, and maybe even act as the public face of their organization to the media. A testing facility manager, on the other hand, might not see much more than machinery on many days, and spend more time writing and reading reports than talking with people.

Healthcare Administration Work Settings

Large Facility (hospital or care center): Big facilities tend to mean more specialization for healthcare administrators. You are likely to have concerns that are fairly narrowly defined within the department you manage, and your daily tasks can vary a lot depending on what department that is… an oncology department supervisor will have a very different day than the housekeeping manager.

Big facilities also tend to have more rules, which is a mixed bag for administrators. On the one hand, that’s more administration work, with more job security. On the other hand, it will sometimes keep you in a pretty narrow lane, working with mostly the same people day in and day out on a fairly specific number of tasks.

Small Facility (clinic or physicians office): In small offices, on the other hand, you’ll find that you have more flexibility and often more authority. You’ll get a chance to stick your nose into almost every aspect of running the facility, and get to know the staff more directly and informally.

Small facility administrators may not have all the resource or professional glitz that goes along with big hospital jobs. And because they shoulder more of the load, it can be a high-stress position with few other professionals to lean on in crunch time.

Other (office, lab, or remote): Administrators who work at independent labs, government agencies, or non-profits are more likely to spend their days in a typical office environment. Some, however, can spend a lot of time out on the road, visiting other healthcare facilities or companies. And of course research and lab settings offer a very different environment, with tools and technology in the foreground, it’s generally a more hands-on setting.

Consultants can find themselves working in any and all of the above settings in the course of their daily work, an excellent choice for anyone who doesn’t really want to make a choice… you can get a little bit of everything in such positions.

And many administrative professionals who work in advocacy or policy shops will spend some part of their time in legislative settings, working with lawmakers and their staff on all kinds of healthcare matters.

The Core Functions That Health Administrators Handle

Although you’ll find some of these emphasized more or less in different specializations and focus areas, almost every healthcare administrator engages in a number of similar tasks to a greater or lesser degree:

Finance – Administrators almost always need to be concerned about money. Whether it’s basic management of co-payments or developing budgets for multi-million dollar capital projects, you can expect to spend a fair amount of time with your nose buried in Excel spreadsheets in just about every healthcare management career.

Human Resource Management – Some careers do not involve direct  supervision of staff, but most healthcare administrators will have some responsibility for overseeing subordinates at some point. Basic HR tasks like managing sick leave, recommending raises, counseling problematic employees, and other jobs will be on your plate.

Communication and Public Relations – Similarly, some administrators don’t ever have to deal with the public. But communications tasks are integral to good management, whether you spend your time coordinating with local media outlets or just staying on the same page as other department heads.

Regulatory Compliance – Every aspect of American healthcare is regulated in some respect, and rightly so; it is those high standards that make our quality of medical care some of the best in the world. Managers have to be familiar with the rules and observe and ensure compliance with them among staff.

Supplies and Equipment – Few medical departments don’t use any kind of supplies, whether it’s printer paper or catgut sutures. Administrators are responsible for reviewing those needs, making sure stocks on hand are sufficient, and evaluating and updating gear when necessary.

Meetings – All of this coordinating and communicating happens by email, text, and phone at times, but in any modern American business, you will spend a lot of time in meetings. Managers in all roles have to be adept at presenting and running group meetings.

General Troubleshooting – One of the biggest but most unsung roles for any manager is just making sure the business of the department stays on track. Much of any day on the job for managers is spent uncovering information about problems, finding the right resources to solve them, and getting those resources into the right hands.

Planning – When any responsible manager actually has five free minutes of time to rub a few braincells together, that time is likely going to be devoted to planning. Much of what makes a department successful tomorrow comes down to groundwork that is laid today, so managers have to look ahead and develop long-term goals and ideas to stay ahead of the game. 

Continuing Education – Finally, managers at all levels and in all roles benefit from continuing education. In a fast-moving industry with highly technical processes and procedures, you have to study to keep up. Even if it’s not a part of formal certification processes, it’s still going to be a feature in your job to keep current with the latest developments.

General Health Administration Job Description

Health administrators work in such a wide variety of settings for so many different organizations and entities that there is no one single overarching job description. There are, however, some basic, fundamental duties and responsibilities that are common to most healthcare administrators.

  • Maintaining smooth day-to-day operations across your facility or department
  • Budgeting and allocating resources
  • Searching for and mitigating inefficiencies in the facility’s operations and functions
  • Managing and preparing for growth and change in your company and the industry as a whole
  • Serving as a communication bridge between patients, staff, and leadership
  • Soliciting and responding to concerns or questions from doctors, nurses, technicians, researchers, and other key personnel
  • Developing and implementing strategies that benefit the overarching vision and mission of your healthcare facility
  • Steering business development and planning marketing and advertising
  • Conducting regular evaluations and performance reviews and acting on the results of those reviews (this could mean re-training any staff who aren’t meeting performance standards or offering more responsibility or promotion consideration to the who exceed standards)
  • Vetting, hiring, training, and managing staff
  • Coordinating with third-party entities like insurance companies and outside specialists
  • Conducting market analysis to identify trends and changes in revenue drivers
  • Coordinating between departments or specialties, such as research and clinical divisions
  • Maintaining records, managing data, and protecting the integrity and confidentiality of both
  • Developing and recommending cost-saving strategies
  • Keeping up with and implementing changes in regulations or laws that govern the industry
  • Ensuring that patient records and insurance information are up to date
  • Managing and preparing for fluctuations in patient volume
  • Ensuring compliance with internal policy, ethical standards, and legal requirements
  • Keeping track of inventory for medical and office supplies, devices, and machines
  • Developing and implementing talent retention programs
  • Creating, implementing, and tracking quality standards in terms of both the level of care and delivery of services
  • Preparing reports and making presentations
  • Creating work schedules
  • Creating staffing protocols and contingencies to guard against department shortages in case of an emergency or unforeseen event

Among all of these options, there’s no question that there is one that’s perfect for you. That’s because all of these jobs, in every setting and focus, come down to making it possible to do what you most want to do: help people in need. The paychecks are great, but the satisfaction at the end of your day may be even better.

Below, Rachel George, Chief Operating Officer for Cogent Hospital Management Group, shares her tips for recognizing and avoiding burnout as a healthcare administrator.

https://youtu.be/g7T2Ejao0Ag
Additional Health Administration Schools
Alabama
Alabama State University(Montgomery, AL)
  • BS - Health Information Management
Auburn University(Auburn, AL)
  • BA - Health Promotion
  • BS - Health Services Administration
  • BS - Healthcare Administration
  • Graduate Certificate - Healthcare Management
  • MBA - Healthcare Administration
Oakwood University(Huntsville, AL)
  • Bachelors of Business Administration - Health Care Administration Concentration
  • Bachelors of Science in Healthcare Management
  • Administration-Health Services, D.Sc (Executive Program)
  • Administration-Health Services, Ph.D. (Residential Program)
  • Master of Health Administration
  • Master of Public Health
Alaska
  • AA - Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Business Administration - Health Services Administration
  • MBA - Health Services Administration
Charter College(Anchorage, AK)
  • BS - Health Care Administration
  • Associates of Applied Science in Health Information Management
Arizona
Arizona College(Glendale: Allied Health, AZ / Mesa: Allied Health, AZ)
  • Health Care Administration
  • BA - Global Health
Brookline College(Phoenix, AZ)
  • Associate of Science - Health Care Administration
    (online)
  • Associate of Science in Health Care Administration
    (online)
  • Bachelor of Science - Health Care Administration
    (online)
  • Associate of Applied Science in Health Services Management
  • Certificate of Completion in Health Services Management
  • M.S. in Health Care Informatics
    (online)
  • DBA - Health Care Administration
    (online)
  • PhD - Gerontology
    (online)
  • PhD - Health Care Admininstration
  • PhD - Health Care Admininstration
    (online)
Phoenix College(Phoenix, AZ)
  • Associates in Applied Science in Health Information Technology
  • Associates in Applied Science in Health Information Technology
  • Certificate in Health Information Technology
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences
    (online)
  • Bachelors of Science in Public Health
  • Doctor of Public Health
  • Master of Public Health
  • Doctor of Health Administration
    (online)
Arkansas
  • Grad Certificate in Health Care Management
Arkansas Tech University(Russellville, AR)
  • BA - Health Information Management
Harding University(Searcy, AR)
  • Bachelor of Business Administration: Health Care Management Concentration
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Care Management Concentration
  • Master of Health Services Administration
  • Master of Public Health
California
  • Certificate in Health Administration
    (online)
  • MBA - Health Administration
    (online)
  • AS - Health Care Administration
    (online)
  • BS - Health Care Administration
    (online)
  • MBA - Health Care Management
    (online)
  • BS - Health Administration
  • MPA - Health Administration
  • BS in Health Care Administration
  • MS in Health Care Administration
  • BS - Health Administration
  • MBA - Health Services
  • MS - Health Administration
  • BS - Health Care Management
  • MS - Health Services Administration
Charter College(Oxnard, CA)
  • BS - Health Care Administration
Cypress College(Cypress, CA)
  • AS - Health Information Technology
  • Certificate - Healthcare Management
  • Certificate - Healthcare Marketing and Sales
  • Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Information Systems
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Services Management Concentration
Laurus College(Atascadero, CA / Oxnard, CA / San Luis Obispo, CA / Santa Maria, CA)
  • Associate in Information Technologies & Network Systems
Loma Linda University(Loma Linda, CA)
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Information Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Information Administration
    (online)
  • Bachelor of Science in Public Health: Health Geographics/Biomedical Data Management
  • Certificate in Health Information Administration
  • Doctor of Public Health in Epidemiology
  • Doctor of Public Health in Global Health
  • Doctor of Public Health in Health Education
  • Doctor of Public Health in Health Policy and Leadership
  • Doctor of Public Health in Nutriton
  • Doctor of Public Health in Preventive Care
  • Doctor of Public Health with Doctor of Psychology in Preventive Care and Clinical Pyschology
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Care Administration
  • Master of Public Health: Biostatistics
  • Master of Public Health: Environmental Epidemiology
  • Master of Public Health: Environmental and Occupation Health
  • Master of Public Health: Global Epidemiology
  • Master of Public Health: Global Health
  • Master of Public Health: Global Health/Maternal and Child Health
  • Master of Public Health: Health Education
  • Master of Public Health: Health Education
    (online)
  • Master of Public Health: Health Policy and Leadership
  • Master of Public Health: Health Services Research
  • Master of Public Health: Lifestyle Medicine
  • Master of Public Health: Maternal and Child Health
  • Master of Public Health: Medical Epidemiology
  • Master of Public Health: Nutritional Epidemiology
  • Master of Public Health: Public Health Nutrition
  • Master of Public Health: Public Health Practice
  • Master of Public Health: Public Health Practice
    (online)
  • Master of Public Health: Research Epidemiology
  • Master of Public Health: Spatial Epidemiology
  • Master of Science in Public Health: Biostatistics
  • Masters in Business Administration - Health Services Management Concentration
National University(La Jolla, CA)
  • Bachelors of Science in Healthcare Administration
  • Masters of Healthcare Administration
  • Masters of Public Health
  • Bachelor of Science in Public Health
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Public Health - Concentrations in Epidemiology / Health Behavior / Global Health
  • Master of Public Health - Concentrations: Biometry / Environmental Health / Epidemiolog / Global Emergency Preparedness and Respons / Health Promotion and Behavioral Sciences / Health Management and Policy
  • Master of Public Health/Master of Arts - Latin American Studies
  • Master of Public Health/Master of Social Work
  • Master of Public Health/Medical Doctor
  • Master of Science in Public Health - Toxicology Specialization
San Joaquin Valley College(Bakersfield, CA / Fresno, CA / Hanford, CA / Hesperia, CA / Lancaster, CA / Modesto, CA / Ontario, CA / Visalia, CA)
  • Medical Office - Bakersfield
  • Medical Office - Fresno
  • Medical Office - Hanford
  • Medical Office - Hesperia
  • Medical Office - Lancaster
  • Medical Office - Modesto
  • Medical Office - Ontario
  • Medical Office - Visalia
  • Certificate - Medical Assistant
    (online)
  • Certificate - Medical Billing and Coding
    (online)
  • Degree - Medical Assistant
    (online)
  • Degree - Medical Billing and Coding
    (online)
  • Master of Public Health
  • Certificate in Health Care Management & Leadership
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.d) in Biostatistics
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Health Services
  • Doctor of Public Health (Dr.P.H.)
  • Doctor of Public Health (Dr.P.H.) in Biostatistics
  • Doctor of Public Health (Dr.P.H.) in Epidemiology
  • Doctor of Public Health (Dr.P.H.) in Health Services
  • Doctoral Degree in Public Health (Ph.D)
  • Executive-Style MPH in Health Services Management (EMPH)
  • Global Health Certificate
  • Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) in Biostatistics
  • Master of Public Health for Health Professionals
  • Master of Public Health in Health Policy and Management
  • Master of Public Health in Health Services Organization
  • Master of Science in Biostatistics
  • Masters in Public Health (M.P.H)
  • Masters of Public Health in Industrial Hygiene
  • Masters of Science in Health Services
  • Masters of Science in Public Health (M.S.P.H.)
  • Population & Reproductive Health Certificate
  • Public Health M.P.H./Asian American Studies M.A
  • Public Health M.P.H/ Public Policy M.P.P (Masters of Public Policy)
  • Public Health M.P.H/African Studies M.A
  • Public Health M.P.H/Islamic Studies M.A.
  • Public Health M.P.H/Latin American Studies M.A
  • Public Health M.P.H/Law J.D (Juris Doctor)
  • Public Health M.P.H/Management M.B.A
  • Public Health M.P.H/Medicine M.D.
  • Public Health M.P.H/Social Welfare M.S.W.
  • Public Health M.P.H/Urban Planning M.A
  • Certificate in Health Management
  • Doctor of Public Health
  • Graduate Program in Health Management
  • Master of Public Health
  • Masters in Business Administration/Master of Public Health
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Administration
  • Certificate in Health Services Financial Management
  • Certificate in Health Services Management
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Services Management Concentration
  • Master of Health Administration: Financial Management Concentration
  • Master of Health Administration: Health Information Systems Concentration
  • Master of Health Administration: Human Resource Management Concentration
  • Master of Health Administration: Managed Care Concentration
  • Master of Health Administration: Management and Leadership Concentration
  • Master of Health Administration: Marketing and Business Development Concentration
  • Master of Science in Gerontology: Health Services Management Concentration
University of Phoenix(Costa Mesa, CA / Pleasanton, CA / Sacramento, CA / San Diego, CA)
  • Doctor of Health Administration
    (online)
  • Master of Business Administration: Healthcare and BioBusiness Vertical
  • Master of Medical Management
  • MS in Health Administration - Los Angeles, CA
Colorado
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
National American University(Colorado Springs, CO / Denver, CO)
  • Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Technology
  • Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Technology
    (online)
  • Bachelors of Science in Health Care Management
  • Master of Business Administration - Health Care Administration Emphasis
  • Master of Business Administration - Health Care Administration Emphasis
    (online)
  • Master of Business Administraton: Health Administration emphasis
  • Master of Public Health
  • Master of Science in Health Administration
University of Phoenix(Lone Tree, CO)
  • Doctor of Health Administration
    (online)
Connecticut
Branford Hall Career Institute(Southington, CT / Windsor, CT)
  • Health Claims Specialist
  • Certificate in Long Term Care Administration
  • Masters of Business Administration in Health Care Management
    (online)
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Certificate Program in Long Term Health Care Management
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health: Occupational and Envrionmental Health Sciences Concentration
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health: Social and Behavioral Health Sciences Concentration
  • Graduate Certificate in Health Systems Management
  • Master of Business Administration in Health Care Management and Insurance Studies
  • Master of Public Health
University of New Haven(West Haven, CT)
  • Certificate in Health Care Management
  • Master of Science in Health Care Administration: Health Care Marketing Concentration
  • Master of Science in Health Care Administration: Health Policy and Finance Concentration
  • Master of Science in Health Care Administration: Human Resource Management in Health Care Concentration
  • Master of Science in Health Care Administration: Long Term Care Concentration
  • Master of Science in Health Care Administration: Managed Care Concentration
  • Master of Science in Health Care Administration: Medical Group Management Concentration
  • Master of Health Administration
Delaware
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Nursing Science
  • Master of Business Administration - Healthcare Concentration
    (online)
Wilmington University(New Castle, DE)
  • Bachelor of Science in Allied Health Management
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Care Administration Concentration
District Of Columbia
  • Bachelor of Science in Public Health
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Services Administration
    (online)
  • Master of Public Health: Community Oriented Primary Care
  • Master of Public Health: Environmental Health Science and Policy
  • Master of Public Health: Epidemiology
  • Master of Public Health: Global Health
  • Master of Public Health: Global Health Epidemiology
  • Master of Public Health: Health Policy
  • Master of Public Health: Health Promotion
  • Master of Public Health: Maternal and Child Health
  • Master of Public Health: Physical Activity in Public Health
  • Master of Public Health: Public Health Communication and Marketing
  • Master of Public Health: Public Health Management
  • PhD in Public Health: Environmental and Occupational Health
  • PhD in Public Health: Global Health
  • PhD in Public Health: Health Behavior
  • PhD in Public Health: Health Policy
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management and Policy
  • Master of Science in Health Systems Administration
Howard University(Washington, DC)
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Health Management and PrePhysical Therapy Emphasis
Potomac College(Washington, DC)
  • Advanced Certificate in Health Systems Management
Florida
ASA College(Hialeah, FL / Maimi, FL)
  • Health Care Management
  • Health Information Technology- Associate of Applied Science
Barry University(Miami, FL)
  • BS - Health Services Administration
  • Graduate Certificate - Health Services Administration
  • MS - Health Services Administration
  • MS/MPH - Health Services Admin/Public Health
Broward College(Fort Lauderdale, FL)
  • AAS - Health Science
Everest University(Largo, FL / Melbourne, FL / North Orlando, FL / South Orlando, FL)
  • BS - Healthcare Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management
  • Master of Public Health
  • Master of Science in Health Administration
  • Bachelor of Health Sciences in Health Administration
  • Certificate in Health Management
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Administration Track
  • Master of Health Administration
  • Bachelor of Health Services Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Health Services Administration
  • Graduate Certificate in Public Health Foundations
  • Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Management
  • Master of Health Services Administration
  • Master of Public Health with a Specialization in Biostatistics
  • Master of Public Health with a Specialization in Community Nutrition
  • Master of Public Health with a Specialization in Environmental and Occupational Health
  • Master of Public Health with a Specialization in Epidemiology
  • Master of Public Health with a Specialization in Health Policy and Management
  • Master of Public Health with a Specialization in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
  • Master of Public Health
    (online)
  • PhD in Public Health with a specialization in Community Nutrition
  • PhD in Public Health with a specialization in Environmental and Occupational Health
  • PhD in Public Health with a specialization in Epidemiology
  • PhD in Public Health with a specialization in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
  • Associate of Arts in Health Services Administration
Florida Tech - Online(Melbourne, FL)
  • AA in Healthcare Management
    (online)
  • BA in Business Administration/Healthcare Management
    (online)
  • MBA/Healthcare Management
    (online)
  • AS - Health Information Technology
Hodges University(Naples, FL)
  • Associate of Science in Health Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Administration
    (online)
  • Master of Science in Health Administration
  • Associate of Science in Health Service Management
Keiser University(Fort Lauderdale, FL / Fort Myers, FL / Lakeland, FL / Orlando, FL / Port St. Lucie, FL / Sarasota, FL / Tallahassee, FL / Tampa, FL)
  • AA in Health Services Administration - Lakeland, FL
  • AA in Health Services Administration - Port St. Lucie, FL
  • Associate of Arts in Health Services Administration
  • Associate of Arts in Health Services Administration - Fort Myers, FL
  • Associate of Arts in Health Services Administration - Orlando
  • Associate of Arts in Health Services Administration - Port St. Lucie
  • Associate of Arts in Health Services Administration - Sarasota
  • Associate of Arts in Health Services Administration - Tallahassee
  • Associate of Arts in Health Services Administration - Tampa, FL
  • Associate of Science in Health Information Management
  • BA - Health Services Administration
    (online)
  • BA in Health Services Administration - Lakeland, FL
  • BA in Health Services Administration - Port St. Lucie, FL
  • BS in Health Science - Lakeland, FL
  • BS in Health Science - Port St. Lucie, FL
  • Bachelor of Arts in Health Services Administration
  • Bachelor of Arts in Health Services Administration - Orlando
  • Bachelor of Arts in Health Services Administration - Port St. Lucie
  • Bachelor of Arts in Health Services Administration - Sarasota
  • Bachelor of Arts in Health Services Administration - Tallahassee
  • Bachelor of Arts in Health Services Administration - Tampa
  • Bachelor of Arts in Health Services Administration- Fort Myers, FL
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Science - Orlando
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Science - Port St. Lucie
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Science - Sarasota
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Science - Tallahassee
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Science - Tampa
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Science- Fort Myers, FL
  • Graduate Business Cert - Health Service Mgmt
    (online)
  • Health Science, DHSc
  • MBA - Health Services Administration - Lakeland, FL
  • MBA - Health Services Administration - Port St. Lucie, FL
  • MS in Education - Allied Health Teaching and Leadership - Lakeland, FL
  • MS in Education - Allied Health Teaching and Leadership - Port St. Lucie, FL
  • Master of Business Administration, MBA - Health Services Administration
  • Master of Business Administration, MBA - Health Services Administration - Orlando
  • Master of Business Administration, MBA - Health Services Administration - Port St. Lucie
  • Master of Business Administration, MBA - Health Services Administration - Sarasota
  • Master of Business Administration, MBA - Health Services Administration - Tallahassee
  • Master of Business Administration, MBA - Health Services Administration - Tampa
  • Master of Business Administration, MBA - Health Services Administration- Fort Myers, FL
  • Associates in Applied Science in Health Information Management
  • Associates in Applied Science in Health Services Management
Rasmussen College(Fort Myers, FL / New Port Richey/West Pasco, FL / Ocala, FL / Tampa/Brandon, FL)
  • Health Information Management Bachelors Degree
  • Healthcare Management Bachelors Degree-Completion Program
Saint Leo University(Saint Leo, FL)
  • Certificate in Healthcare Management
    (online)
  • MBA - Healthcare Administration
    (online)
  • Bachelors of Science in Health Care Administration
  • Associates in Science in Health Information Management
  • Associates in Science in Health Services Management
  • Masters in Business Administration: Health Care UST
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration
  • Master of Science in Health Management and Informatics
University of Florida(Gainesville, FL)
  • Certificate in Public Health
  • Certificate in Public Health
    (online)
  • Master of Business Administration in Health Administration
  • Master of Health Administration
  • Master of Public Health
  • Master of Public Health
    (online)
  • Masters of Public Health: Biostatistics
  • Masters of Public Health: Environmental Health
  • Masters of Public Health: Epidemiology
  • Masters of Public Health: Health Management and Policy
  • Masters of Public Health: Public Health Practice
  • Masters of Public Health: Social And Behavioral Sciences
University of Miami(Coral Gables, FL)
  • Certificate in Public Health
  • Doctor of Public Health in Epidemiology
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Sector Management and Policy
  • Master of Public Health
  • Master of Science in Public Health
  • Bachelor of Health Administration
  • Master of Health Administration
  • Master of Public Health: Health Promotion/Health Education Concentration
University of Phoenix(Jacksonville, FL / Maitland, FL / Plantation, FL / Temple Terrace, FL)
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Administration: Emergency Management
    (online)
  • Doctor of Health Administration
    (online)
  • Master of Health Administration/Education
    (online)
  • 3 + 2 BS Public Health/MPH Health Education
  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences & Policy (BS) and Public Health (MPH/MSPH) Dual Degree
  • Bachelor of Science in Long Term Care Administration
  • Bachelors of Science in Public Health
  • Community Engaged Home Land Security and Emergency Management Undergraduate Certificate
  • Community Engaged Home Land Security and Emergency Management Undergraduate Minor
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health (PhD)
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health: Health Policy and Management concentration
  • Doctor of Public Health
  • Doctor of Public Health (DrPH)
  • Fast Track Master in Public Health/Master of Science in Public Health for USF Honors Students
  • General Public Health Minor
  • Master in Public Health
  • Master of Health Administration
  • Master of Science in Public Health
  • Master of Social Work/Master of Public Health: Behavioral Health Concentration
  • Master of Social Work/Master of Public Health: Maternal & Child Health Concentration
  • Online Master in Public Health Practice
    (online)
  • Public Health Undergraduate Certificate
  • Certificate in Medical Informatics (Undergraduate or Graduate)
    (online)
  • Master of Public Health
    (online)
  • Master of Science in Health Care Administration
Georgia
  • BS - Medical Technology
  • MHSA - Health Services Administration
  • MPH
Augusta University(Augusta, GA)
  • Masters of Public Health in Health Informatics
Brenau University(Gainesville, GA)
  • MBA - Healthcare Management
    (online)
  • Master of Science in Applied Gerontology
    (online)
  • BS - Health Care Management
  • MHA - Health Administration
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Services Administration Concentration
  • Master of Healthcare Administration
  • Master of Public Health: Health Policy and Management Concentration
  • PhD in Public Health: Biostatistics concentration
  • PhD in Public Health: Community Health Behavior and Education
  • PhD in Public Health: Leadership concentration
  • Master of Public Health
  • Bachelors of Science in Health Information Management
  • Bachelors of Science in Health Services Administration
University of Phoenix(Augusta, GA / Columbus, GA / Dunwoody, GA)
  • Doctor of Health Administration
    (online)
  • Master of Health Administration/Informatics
    (online)
Hawaii
  • Public Health Administration
  • Bachelor
University of Phoenix(Honolulu, HI)
  • Doctor of Health Administration
    (online)
Idaho
  • MS - Health Sciences
Idaho State University(Pocatello, ID)
  • Bachelor of Health Care Administration
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Care Administration Emphasis
  • Master of Public Health: Community Health Education
  • Master of Public Health: Health Administration Option
  • Master of Public Health: Medical Anthropology Option
  • Master of Public Health: Nutrition Option
  • Master of Public Health: Public Health Administration Option
University of Phoenix(Meridian, ID)
  • Doctor of Health Administration
    (online)
Illinois
  • Accelerated MBA - Healthcare Administration
    (online)
  • MBA - Health Care Administration
    (online)
  • MPH - Health Administration
    (online)
  • MPH - Health Management & Policy
    (online)
  • MS - Public Health
    (online)
College of DuPage(Glen Ellyn, IL)
  • AAS - Health Information Technology
  • AAS - Health Sciences
Governors State University(University Park, IL)
  • Bachelor of Health Administration
  • Certificate in Long-Term Care Administration
  • Master of Health Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management
  • Bachelors of Science in Healthcare Leadership
  • Masters in Healthservices Administration
  • Doctor of Medicine / Master of Public Health
  • Masters of Public Health
Rasmussen College(Aurora, IL / Romeoville/Joliet, IL)
  • Health Information Management Bachelor Degree
  • Health Information Management Bachelors Degree
  • Health Sciences Associates Degree
  • Health and Wellness Bachelors Degree-Completion Program
  • Healthcare Associates Degree
  • Healthcare Management Bachelors Degree-Completion Program
  • Healthcare Management Bachelors Degree-Completion Program
  • Human Services Bachelors Degree-Completion Program
  • Human Services Bachelor’s Degree-Completion Program
  • Master of Science In Healthcare Administration and Management
Rush University(Chicago, IL)
  • Master of Science in Health Systems Management
  • Masters in Business Administration: Health Administration Concentration
  • Bachelor of Applied Science and Arts in Healthcare Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Management of Health Care Enterprises
  • Master of Healthcare Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences Management
Indiana
  • ABA - Health Administration
    (online)
  • BS - Health Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Information Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Services Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Health Systems Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Public Health
  • Master of Public Health: Epidemiology Concentration
  • Master of Public Health: Health Policy and Management Concentration
  • Master of Public Health: Social and Behavioral Sciences Concentration
  • PhD in Public Health
  • Graduate Certificate in Health Care
    (online)
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Care Specialization
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Care Specialization
    (online)
Kaplan University(Learning Center - Indianapolis, IN)
  • BS in Health Information Management
  • BS in Health and Wellness
  • Health Information Management
  • MBA - Health Care Management
  • MPA - Health Care Management
  • MSM - Health Care Management
University of Evansville(Evansville, IN)
  • Master of Science in Health Services Administration
University of Phoenix(Indianapolis, IN)
  • Doctor of Health Administration
    (online)
  • Master of Healthcare Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Services: Health Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Services: Public Health Concentration
  • Master of Health Administration
Vincennes University(Vincennes, IN)
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management
    (online)
Iowa
  • Certificate - Healthcare Leadership
  • MHA - Healthcare Administration
  • Associates of Science in Health Care Administration
  • Associates of Science in Health Care Administration
    (online)
Kaplan University(Cedar Falls, IA / Cedar Rapids, IA / Davenport, IA / Des Moines, IA / Mason City, IA)
  • BS in Health Care Administration
  • BS in Health Information Management
  • BS in Health and Wellness
  • BSHUS - Gerentology
  • BSHUS - Human Services Administration
  • BSHUS - Youth/Family Services and Administration
  • Health Information Management
  • MBA - Health Care Management
  • MSM - Health Care Management
  • MSN - Executive Leader
  • MSN - Nurse Informatics
  • Master of Health Care Administration
  • Master of Public Health
  • Master of Science in Nursing - Adult - Gerontology Practitioner
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration
Mount Mercy College(Cedar Rapids, IA)
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration
  • Graduate Certificate in Health Care Administration
  • Masters in Business Administration: Health Care Administration Concentration
University of Iowa(Iowa City, IA)
  • Master of Health Administration and Master of Public Health in Policy joint degree
  • Master of Health Administration in Health Management and Policy
  • Master of Health Administration/Juris Doctor in Law Joint Degree
  • Master of Health Administration/Master of Arts in Urban and Regional Planning Combined Degree
  • Master of Health Administration/Master of Business Administration Joint Degree
  • Master of Public Health in Policy
  • PhD in Health Services & Policy
  • Public Health Certificate
    (online)
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration
Kansas
  • AA - Health Care Specialist
  • Certificate - Health Care Specialist
  • AA - Health Information Management
  • AS - Health Information Management
  • B.S. in Healthcare Admin: Health Info Mgmt
    (online)
  • B.S. in Healthcare Admin: Medical Practice Mgmt
    (online)
  • Bachelor of Business Administration: Healthcare Mgmt
    (online)
  • AS - Health Science
    (online)
Friends University(Wichita, KS)
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Management
  • Master of Health Care Leadership
National American University(Overland Park, KS / Wichita, KS)
  • Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Technology
  • Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Technology
    (online)
  • Bachelors of Science in Health Care Management
  • A.A.S. Health Information Technology
    (online)
  • B.S. Health Information Management
    (online)
  • B.S. Healthcare Management
    (online)
Ottawa University(Overland Park, KS)
  • Bachelors in Business Administration - Health Care Management
  • Masters of Business Administration - Health Care Management
Rasmussen College(Overland Park, KS / Topeka, KS)
  • Accelerated Health and Wellness Bachelor Degree-Completion Program
  • Health Information Management Bachelors Degree
  • Health Sciences Associates
  • Healthcare Management Bachelors Degree-Completion Program
University of Kansas(Lawrence, KS)
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management
  • Certificate in Public Health Nursing
  • Master of Public Health
  • Doctor of Health Administration
    (online)
  • Master of Health Administration/Gerontology
    (online)
University of Saint Mary(Leavenworth, KS)
  • Certificate in Health Care Management
    (online)
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Care Concentration
    (online)
  • MBA - Health Care Management
    (online)
  • MBA - Leadership & Organizational Health
    (online)
  • Bachelor of Health Science in Health Services Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Services Management and Community Development
  • Graduate Certificate in Public Health
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Care Administration
Kentucky
Beckfield College(Florence, KY)
  • Health Information Technology - Associate
  • BS - Health Services Administration
Midway College(Midway, KY)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Health Care Administration
  • Bachelor of Arts in Health Care Administration
    (online)
Spencerian College(Lexington, KY)
  • A.A.S. in Medical Administrative Management - Lexington, KY
University of Kentucky(Lexington, KY)
  • Bachelor of Health Sciences in Clinical Leadership and Management
Western Kentucky University(Bowling Green, KY)
  • Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Public Health
  • Master of Public Health: Education Emphasis
  • Master of Public Health: Environmental Emphasis
  • Masters of Health Administration
Louisiana
  • Associate in Applied Science in Management: Health Care Management Concentration
  • Master of Health Administration
  • Master of Public Health
  • Bachelor of Applied Science in Health Informatics and Information Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management
  • Certificate in Health Care Administration
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Care Administration Concentration
Tulane University(New Orleans, LA)
  • Doctor of Public Health in Community Health Sciences
  • Doctor of Public Health in Epidemiology
  • Master of Health Administration
  • Master of Medical Management
  • Master of Public Health
  • Masters in Business Administration/Master of Health Administration
University of New Orleans(New Orleans, LA)
  • Master of Science in Health Care Management
Maine
  • BBA - Business Management-Healthcare Secretary
Kaplan University(Augusta, ME / Lewiston, ME)
  • BS in Health Care Administration - Lewiston, ME
  • BS in Health Information Management
  • BS in Health and Wellness
  • BS in Public Administration and Policy - Advanced Start
  • BSHUS - Youth/Family Services and Administration
  • BSHUS - Youth/Family Services and Administration
  • Health Information Management
  • MBA - Health Care Management
  • MBA - Health Care Management - Augusta, ME
  • MPA - Health Care Management
  • MSM - Health Care Management
  • MSN - Executive Leader
  • MSN - Nurse Informatics
  • Master of Health Care Administration - Lewiston, ME
  • Master of Public Health - Lewiston, ME
  • Master of Science in Nursing - Adult - Gerontology Practitioner
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Administration
    (online)
  • Bachelor of Science in Long-Term Care Administration
    (online)
  • Certificate in Health Administration
    (online)
  • Certificate in Long-Term Care Administration
    (online)
  • Master of Health Administration
    (online)
  • Graduate Certificate in Public Health
  • Master of Public Health
  • Master of Public Health
Maryland
  • Certificate in Health Services Management
  • Bachelor of Technical and Professional Studies in Health Science Administration
  • Bachelor of Arts-Master of Health Science (BA-MHS) - General
  • Certificate Program - Bioethics and Health Policy
  • Certificate Program - Gerontology
  • Certificate Program - Global Health
  • Certificate Program - Health Disparities & Health Inequality
  • Certificate Program - Health Finance & Management
  • Certificate Program - Injury Control
  • Certificate Program - Public Health Economics
  • Certificate Program - Public Health Informatics
  • Certificate Program - Public Health Preparedness
  • Certificate Program - Public Mental Health Research
  • Certificate Program - Risk Sciences and Public Policy
  • Certificate in Health Finance and Management
  • Certificate in Public Health Economics
  • Certificate in Public Health Preparedness
  • Certificate in Public Health Training for American Indian Health Professionals
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Bioethics and Health Policy
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Biostatistics
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Child and Adolescent Health & Development
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Environmental and Occupational Health Policy: Gerontology
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Environmental and Occupational Health Policy: Injury Control
    (online)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Environmental and Occupational Health Policy: Social Policy and Health
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Environmental and Occupational Health Policy: The Practice of Prevention
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Global Disease Epidemiology and Control (GDEC)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Health Economics
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Health Services Research and Policy
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Health Systems
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Health and Public Policy
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Human Nutrition
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Mental Health
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Molecular Microbiology and Immunology
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Population and Health
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Reproductive, Perinatal and Women's Health
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Social and Behavioral Interventions (SBI)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Social and Behavioral Sciences-Health Education And Communication
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Social and Behavioral Sciences-Social And Psychological Influences on Health
  • Doctor of Philosophy/Doctor of Science (PhD/ScD) - Epidemiology - Cancer Etiology and Prevention
  • Doctor of Philosophy/Doctor of Science (PhD/ScD) - Epidemiology - Cardiovascular Diseases
  • Doctor of Philosophy/Doctor of Science (PhD/ScD) - Epidemiology - Clinical Epidemiology
  • Doctor of Philosophy/Doctor of Science (PhD/ScD) - Epidemiology - Clinical Trials
  • Doctor of Philosophy/Doctor of Science (PhD/ScD) - Epidemiology - Epidemiology of Aging
  • Doctor of Philosophy/Doctor of Science (PhD/ScD) - Epidemiology - Genetic Epidemiology
  • Doctor of Philosophy/Doctor of Science (PhD/ScD) - Epidemiology - Infectious Disease Epidemiology
  • Doctor of Philosophy/Doctor of Science (PhD/ScD) - Epidemiology - Methodology
  • Doctor of Philosophy/Doctor of Science (PhD/ScD) - Epidemiology - Occupational and Environmental Epidemiology
  • Doctor of Philosophy/Doctor of Science (PhD/ScD) - Epidemiology - Risk Sciences (as a certificate program)
  • Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) - Child and Adolescent Health & Development
  • Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) - Epidemiology
  • Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) - Health Policy and Management - Health Care Management
  • Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) - Health Policy and Management - Leadership
  • Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) - International Public Health
  • Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) - Population and Health
  • Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) - Reproductive, Perinatal and Women's Health
  • Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) - Social and Behavioral Sciences-Health Education And Communication
  • Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) - Social and Behavioral Sciences-Social And Psychological Influences on Health
  • Doctor of Science (ScD) - Social and Behavioral Sciences-Health Education And Communication
  • Doctor of Science (ScD) - Social and Behavioral Sciences-Social And Psychological Influences on Health
  • Master of Arts/Master of Science in Public Health (MA/MSPH) - General
  • Master of Health Administration
  • Master of Health Administration (MHA) - Health Finance and Management
  • Master of Health Science (MHS) - Biostatistics
  • Master of Health Science (MHS) - Demography
  • Master of Health Science (MHS) - Epidemiology
  • Master of Health Science (MHS) - Health Economics
  • Master of Health Science (MHS) - Mental Health
  • Master of Health Science (MHS) - Molecular Microbiology and Immunology
  • Master of Health Science (MHS) - Reproductive and Cancer Biology
  • Master of Health Science (MHS) - Social Factors
  • Master of Health Science (MHS) - Social Factors in Health Competencies
  • Master of Health Sciences (MHS) - Clinical Investigation
  • Master of Public Health (MPH) - Epidemiological & Biostatistics Methods for Public Health and Clinical Research.
  • Master of Public Health (MPH) - Food, Nutrition, And Health
  • Master of Public Health (MPH) - General
    (online)
  • Master of Public Health (MPH) - Global Environmental Sustainability and Health (GESH)
  • Master of Public Health (MPH) - Health in Crisis And Humanitarian Assistance
  • Master of Public Health (MPH) - Infectious Diseases
  • Master of Public Health (MPH) - Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS)
  • Master of Public Health (MPH) - Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS) in Public Health
  • Master of Public Policy (MPP) - General
  • Master of Science (ScM) - Biostatistics
  • Master of Science (ScM) - Epidemiology
  • Master of Science (ScM) - Genetic Counseling
  • Master of Science (ScM) - Molecular Microbiology and Immunology
  • Master of Science (ScM) - Public Health - Health Education and Health Communication
  • Master of Science (ScM) - Public Health - Registered Dietician
  • Master of Science (ScM) - Reproductive and Cancer Biology
  • Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) - Child and Adolescent Health & Development
  • Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) - Global Disease Epidemiology and Control (GDEC)
  • Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) - Health Policy
  • Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) - Health Systems
  • Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) - Human Nutrition
  • Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) - Population and Health
  • Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) - Reproductive, Perinatal and Women's Health
  • Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) - Social and Behavioral Interventions (SBI)
  • Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) - Two-Year Program
  • Master of Science/Master's International - Public Health/Peace Corps
Kaplan University(Hagerstown, MD / Learning Center - Rockville, MD)
  • BS in Health Information Management
  • BS in Health and Wellness
  • BSHUS - Youth/Family Services and Administration
  • Health Information Management
  • MBA - Health Care Management
  • MPA - Health Care Management
  • MSM - Health Care Management
  • MSN - Executive Leader
  • MSN - Nurse Informatics
  • Master of Science in Nursing - Adult - Gerontology Practitioner
Towson University(Towson, MD)
  • Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management
  • Masters in Business Administration: Healthcare Management Specialization
University of Maryland(Baltimore, MD)
  • Bachelor of Science (BS) - Community Health
  • Bachelor of Science (BS) - Family Science
  • Bachelor of Science (BS) - Kinesiology
  • Bachelor of Science (BS) - Physical Education
  • Bachelor of Science (BS) - Public Health Science
  • Certificate in Public Health - General
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Behavioral and Community Health
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Cognitive Motor Neuroscience
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Epidemiology
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Exercise Physiology
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Family Science
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Health Services
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Kinesiology
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Maternal and Child Health
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Physical Cultural Studies
  • Executive Master of Public Health - General
  • Graduate Certificate Program - Gerontology
  • Master of Arts (MA) - Cognitive Motor Neuroscience
  • Master of Arts (MA) - Exercise Physiology
  • Master of Arts (MA) - Kinesiology - Thesis (T) option
  • Master of Arts (MA) - Kinesiology – Non-Thesis (NT) option
  • Master of Arts (MA) - Physical Cultural Studies
  • Master of Health Administration (MHA) - General
  • Master of Public Health (MPH) - Biostatistics
  • Master of Public Health (MPH) - Community Health Education
  • Master of Public Health (MPH) - Environmental Health
  • Master of Public Health (MPH) - Epidemiology
  • Master of Science (ScM) - Couple and Family Therapy
  • Master's Certification - K - 12 Physical Education
  • Certificate in Health Care Administration
  • Master of Business Administration/Master of Science in Health Care Administration
  • Master of Science in Health Administration Informatics
    (online)
  • Master of Science in Health Care Administration
    (online)
  • Master of Science in Management: Health Care Administration
    (online)
Massachusetts
Brandeis University(Waltham, MA)
  • BS - Health: Science, Policy and Society
  • Health Claims Specialist
  • AAS - Healthcare Information
Clark University(Worcester, MA)
  • MBA - Global Health
Framingham State College(Framingham, MA)
  • Master of Arts in Health Care Administration
  • Doctor of Science in Health Policy and Management
  • Master of Public Health
  • Master of Science in Health Policy and Management
Newbury College(Brookline, MA)
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
  • MBA - Healthcare Management
    (online)
  • Associates of Arts in Business Management - Healthcare Practice Option
Salter School(Tewksbury, MA)
  • Certificate in Health Claims Specialist - Tewksbury, MA
Springfield College(Springfield, MA)
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration
Stonehill College(Easton, MA)
  • Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration
  • Master of Health Management
  • Master of Science in Health Care Administration
Michigan
Andrews University(Berrien Springs, MI)
  • Bachelor of Business Administration - Allied Health Administration
  • MBA - Business Administration
Baker College(Flint, MI)
  • MBA - Health Care Management
Central Michigan University(Mount Pleasant, MI)
  • BA - Health Administration
  • BBA - Business Administration: Health Services
Cleary University(Ann Arbor, MI)
  • BBA - Health Care Management
  • BHA - Health Administration
  • MHA - Health Administration
Ferris State University(Big Rapids, MI)
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Care Systems Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management
  • Master of Business Administration: Nursing Concentration
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Sector Management Emphasis
  • Master of Healthcare Administration: Financial Management Concentration
  • Master of Healthcare Administration: Health Policy Analysis Concentration
  • Master of Healthcare Administration: Health Services Management Concentration
Madonna University(Livonia, MI)
  • Bachelors of Science in Health Care Management
Miller College(Battle Creek, MI)
  • Bachelors of Science in Business Administration: Healthcare Administration Concentration
  • Bachelors of Business Administration in Healthcare Management
Oakland Community College(Bloomfield Hills, MI)
  • Associate in Applied Science in Health Care Administration
  • Certificate in Health Care Administration
  • Master of Arts in Leadership: Health Care Track
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration
  • Master of Business Administration in Healthcare
  • Master of Health Services Administration
  • Master of Science in Health Systems Management
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health
  • Master of Business Administration/Master of Health Services Administration
  • Master of Health Services Administration
  • Master of Health Services Administration/Juris Doctor
  • Master of Health Services Administration/Master of Nursing Administration
  • Master of Public Health
  • Master of Public Health or Master of Health Services Administration/Master of Public Policy
  • Master of Public Health/Doctor of Medicine
  • Master of Public Health/Master of Arts
  • Master of Public Health/Master of Science in Human Genetics with a speciality in Genetic Counseling
  • Master of Public Health/Master of Social Work
  • Master of Science in Health Management and Policy
  • Master of Science in Health Services Management and Policy and Industrial Operations Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Care Administration
  • Master of Public Administration: Health Care Administration track
  • Doctor of Health Administration
    (online)
Minnesota
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management
  • Master in Health Information Management
    (online)
Concordia College(Moorhead, MN)
  • BS - Healthcare Administration
  • BS - Healthcare Financial Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration
  • Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Technology
  • Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Technology
    (online)
  • Bachelors of Science in Health Care Management
  • Master of Business Administration - Health Care Administration Emphasis
  • Master of Business Administration - Health Care Administration Emphasis
    (online)
Rasmussen College(Blaine, MN / Bloomington, MN / Brooklyn Park/Maple Grove, MN / Eagan, MN / Lake Elmo, MN / Mankato, MN / Moorhead, MN / St. Cloud, MN)
  • Healthcare Management Bachelors Degree-Completion Program
  • Health Information Management Bachelors Degree
    (online)
  • Health Information Technician Associates Degree
    (online)
  • Health Sciences Associates Degree
    (online)
  • Health and Wellness Bachelors Degree-Completion Program
    (online)
  • Healthcare Associates Degree
    (online)
  • Healthcare Management Bachelors Degree-Completion Program
    (online)
  • Bachelors of Science in Allied Healthcare
  • Master of Arts in Health and Human Services Administration: Healthcare Administration specialization
  • Masters in Business Administration: Healthcare Administration Concentration
St. Catherine University(Saint Paul, MN)
  • AA - Healthcare Sales
  • AAS - Health Information Specialist
  • BA - Healthcare Management
  • BS - Healthcare Management
  • BS - Healthcare Sales
  • Certificate - Health Information Specialist
  • Certificate - Holistic Health Studies
  • MAHS - Holistic Health Studies
University of Minnesota(Minneapolis, MN)
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Health Services Research, Policy, and Administration
  • Bachelor of Applied Health
    (online)
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Management
  • Bachelor of Business Administration in Health Care Management
University of Phoenix(Saint Louis Park, MN)
  • Doctor of Health Administration
    (online)
  • Evening Master of Business Administration Program
  • Executive Master of Business Administration
  • Health Care Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Emergency Management - Doctorate
    (online)
  • Emergency Management-Advanced - Doctorate
    (online)
  • Master of Science (M.S.) in Human and Social Services - Public Health
    (online)
  • Master of Social Work - Medical Social Work
    (online)
  • Ph.D. in Human Services - Public Health
    (online)
  • Ph.D. in Human and Social Services - Healthcare
    (online)
  • Ph.D. in Public Health - Community Health Education
    (online)
  • Ph.D. in Public Health - Epidemiology
    (online)
  • Ph.D. in Public Policy and Administration - Public Administration
    (online)
  • Public Management and Leadership - Doctorate
    (online)
  • Public Management and Leadership-Advanced - Doctorate
    (online)
Mississippi
Belhaven University(Jackson, MS)
  • MBA - Health Administration
    (online)
  • Master of Health Administration
    (online)
  • Master of Public Administration
    (online)
  • BS - Health Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Informatics and Information Management
Missouri
  • Master of Public Health (MPH)
    (online)
  • Master of Public Health - Dental Emphasis
    (online)
  • Masters of Health Administration (MHA)
    (online)
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
Kaplan University(Learning Center - St. Louis, MO)
  • BS in Health Information Management
  • BS in Health and Wellness
  • Health Information Management
  • MBA - Health Care Management
  • MPA - Health Care Management
  • MSM - Health Care Management
Lindenwood University(Saint Charles, MO)
  • Graduate Program in Health Management
  • Undergraduate Program in Health Management
  • Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Technology
  • Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Technology
    (online)
  • Bachelors of Science in Health Care Management
Park University(Parkville, MO)
  • Certificate in Health Care Policy and Management
  • Masters of Public Administration in Healthcare
Saint Louis University(Saint Louis, MO)
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Management
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health Studies
  • Master of Health Administration
  • Master of Public Health
  • Master of Science in Public Health
Stephens College(Columbia, MO)
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management
    (online)
  • Masters in Management of Health Information
  • Certificate in Public Health
  • Master of Health Administration
  • Master of Health Administration
    (online)
  • Master of Health Services Management
  • Master of Public Health
University of Phoenix(Kansas City, MO)
  • Doctor of Health Administration
    (online)
  • Master of Business Administration: Business of Healthcare
  • Master of Public Health
Webster University(Saint Louis, MO)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Management:Healthcare Administration Emphasis
  • Master of Arts in Health Care Management
  • Master of Business Administration/Master of Health Administration
  • Master of Health Administration
Montana
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Administration
  • Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Technology
  • Master of Public Health
Nebraska
Bellevue University(Bellevue, NE)
  • BS - Healthcare Management
    (online)
  • MHA - Health Administration
    (online)
Clarkson College(Omaha, NE)
  • AS - Health Information Management
  • BS - Health Care Business: Healthcare Information Management
  • BS - Health Care Business: Informatics
  • BS - Health Care Business: Management
  • BS - Health Care Business: Management
    (online)
  • Certificate - Health Information Management
  • MHA - Health Care Administration
  • Master of Healthcare Administration - Gerontology
    (online)
  • Master of Healthcare Administration - Health Information Technology
    (online)
  • Master of Healthcare Administration - Leadership
    (online)
  • Master of Healthcare Administration - Population Health
    (online)
  • Master of Human Service - Community Health
    (online)
  • Master of Human Service - Gerontology
    (online)
  • Master of Human Service - Human Service Leadership and Management
    (online)
  • Master of Public Health - Community Health Education
    (online)
  • Master of Public Health - Health Policy and Administration
    (online)
  • Master of Public Health - Health Policy & Ethics
    (online)
  • Master of Public Health - Public Health Services Administration
    (online)
Kaplan University(Lincoln, NE / Omaha, NE)
  • BS in Health Care Administration - Lincoln, NE
  • BS in Health Information Management
  • BSHUS - Youth/Family Services and Administration
  • Health Information Management
  • MBA - Health Care Management
  • MSM - Health Care Management
  • MSN - Executive Leader
  • MSN - Nurse Informatics
  • Master of Health Care Administration - Lincoln, NE
  • Master of Public Health - Lincoln, NE
  • Master of Science in Nursing - Adult - Gerontology Practitioner
  • Masters in Health Promotion Management
  • Masters in Medical Group Administration
  • Associates of Applied Science in Health Information Systems
  • Bachelor of General Studies: Healthcare Administration Concentration
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Care Management Concentration
  • Master of Public Health
Nevada
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration and Policy
  • Master of Health Care Administration
  • Master of Public Health: Health Care Administration and Policy Concentration
New Hampshire
New England College(Henniker, NH)
  • Bachelors of Science in Healthcare Administration
    (online)
  • AS in Healthcare Administration
    (online)
  • BA in Business Administration/Healthcare Administration
    (online)
  • BS in Healthcare Administration/Health Informatics
    (online)
  • BS in Healthcare Administration
    (online)
Salter School of Nursing(Manchester, NH)
  • Patient Care Technician
Seacoast Career Schools(Manchester, NH)
  • Health Claims Specialist
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Management and Policy: Health Services Management Track
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Management and Policy: Public Health Track
  • Certificate in Public Health
  • Master of Public Health
New Jersey
Berkeley College(West Paterson, NJ)
  • AAS - Health Services Administration
  • AAS - Health Services Administration
    (online)
  • BBA - Health Services Administration
  • BBA - Health Services Administration
    (online)
  • BS - Business Administration: Public Health
  • BS - Health Services Administration
  • BS - Health Services Administration
    (online)
  • Health Claims Specialist
  • AAS - Health Science
  • AS - Healthcare
  • Certificate - Health Science
Eastwick College(Hackensack, NJ / Nutley, NJ / Ramsey, NJ)
  • AAS in Health Science
  • AAS in Health Science - Health Information Technology Concentration
Felician College(Lodi, NJ / Rutherford, NJ)
  • Master of Science in Healthcare Administration
  • Health Claims Specialist Plus
Kean University(Union, NJ)
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management
  • Certificate in Public Policy and Oral Health Services Administration
  • Doctor of Public Health
  • Master of Public Health
  • Master of Public Health/Doctor of Dental Medicine
  • Master of Public Health/Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Master of Public Health/Doctor of Psychology
  • Master of Public Health/Master of Biomedical Science
  • Master of Public Health/Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Public Health/Master of Science in Community Health Nursing
  • Master of Public Health/Master of Science in Physician Assistant
New Mexico
  • AAS - Health Information Technology
  • Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Technology
  • Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Technology
    (online)
  • Bachelors of Science in Health Care Management
  • Master of Business Administration - Health Care Administration Emphasis
  • Master of Business Administration - Health Care Administration Emphasis
    (online)
University of Phoenix(Albuquerque, NM)
  • Doctor of Health Administration
    (online)
New York
Adelphi University(Garden City, NY)
  • Bachelor of Business Administration - Management Information Systems
  • Masters of Business Administration - Health Services Administration
Alfred University(Alfred, NY)
  • Bachelor of Business Administration - Pre-Health: Public Health
ASA College(Brooklyn, NY)
  • AAS - Health Information Technology
  • AOS - Health Care Office Administration
Columbia University(New York, NY)
  • Accelerated Master of Public Health (MPH) - Biostatistics
  • Accelerated Master of Public Health (MPH) - Epidemiology
  • Accelerated Master of Public Health (MPH) - General Public Health
  • Accelerated Master of Public Health (MPH) - Health Policy and Management
  • Accelerated Master of Public Health (MPH) - Population and Family Health
  • Accelerated Master of Public Health (MPH) - Sociomedical Sciences
  • BA - Global Health
  • BA - Health Services Management
  • BS - Health Policy
  • Certificate Program - Global Health
  • Columbia Master of Public Health (MPH) - Environmental Health Sciences
  • Columbia Master of Public Health (MPH) - Epidemiology
  • Columbia Master of Public Health (MPH) - Health Policy and Management
  • Columbia Master of Public Health (MPH) - Population and Family Health
  • Columbia Master of Public Health (MPH) - Sociomedical Sciences
  • Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS)/Master of Public Health (MPH) - General
  • Doctor of Medicine (MD)/Master of Public Health (MPH) - General
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Biostatistics
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Environmental Health Sciences
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Epidemiology
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Sociomedical Sciences
  • Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) - Biostatistics
  • Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) - Environmental Health Sciences
  • Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) - Epidemiology
  • Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) - Population & Family Health
  • Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) - Sociomedical Sciences
  • Executive Master of Public Health - Epidemiology
  • Executive Master of Science - Epidemiology
  • Juris Doctor (JD)/Master of Public Health (MPH) - General
  • MBA - Healthcare
  • MIA/Master of Public Health (MPH); MPA/Master of Public Health (MPH) - General
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)/Master of Public Health (MPH) - General
  • Master of Science (MS) - Biostatistics
  • Master of Science (MS) - Epidemiology
  • Master of Science (MS) - Sociomedical Sciences
  • Master of Science (MS)/Master of Public Health (MPH) - General
  • Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSOT)/Master of Public Health (MPH) - General
  • Master of Science in Social Work (MSSW)/Master of Public Health (MPH) - General
  • Master of Science in Urban Planning (MSUP)/Master of Public Health (MPH) - General
  • Part-Time Master of Public Health (MPH) - Health Policy and Management
Cornell University(Ithaca, NY)
  • MHA - Health Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Public Affairs
  • Master in Public Administration in Health Care Policy
  • Master of Science in Nursing/Master of Public Administration Dual Degree
  • BS - Health Services Administration
D'Youville College(Buffalo, NY)
  • BS - Health Services
  • MHA - Health Services Administration
  • MS - Health Services
Daemen College(Amherst, NY)
  • BS - Healthcare Studies
Hofstra University(Hempstead, NY)
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Services Management Concentration
  • Master of Health Administration
Iona College(New Rochelle, NY)
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Care Management
Ithaca College(Ithaca, NY)
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
LIU Brooklyn(Brooklyn, NY / Orangeburg, NY)
  • Master of Health Administration
  • Master of Public Administration in Health Care Administration: Gerontology Administration Specialization
  • Master of Public Health
LIU Post(Brookville, NY)
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management
  • Certificate in Health Information Management
  • Master of Public Administration in Health Care Administration: Gerontology Administration Specialization
  • Master of Public Administration in Health Care Administration: Nonprofit Management Specialization
Mercy College(Dobbs Ferry, NY)
  • Bachelors of Behavioral Science in Health Services Management
  • Bachelors of Behavioral Science in Health Services Management
    (online)
  • Certificate in Health Services Management
  • Master of Public Administration in Health Services Management
  • Master of Public Administration in Health Services Management
    (online)
  • Master of Science in Health Services Management
  • Master of Science in Health Services Management
    (online)
  • Graduate Certificate in Public Health
Pace University(New York, NY)
  • Certificate in Health Care Policy and Management
  • Masters of Public Administration in Healthcare
  • Bachelors of Science in Health Administration
  • Masters of Science in Health Administration
  • Master of Business Administration - Health Systems Administration Concentration
  • Master of Science in Health Systems Administration
Saint Joseph's College-New York(Brooklyn, NY / Patchogue, NY)
  • Advanced Certificate in Health Care Management
  • Bachelors of Science in Health Administration
  • Certificate in Health Care Management
  • Masters in Business Administration - Health Care Management
  • Masters of Science in Management - Health Care Management Concentration
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration
Stony Brook University(Stony Brook, NY)
  • Master of Public Health
  • Masters in Health Care Policy and Management
SUNY-Canton(Canton, NY)
  • Bachelors of Technology in Health Care Management
  • Master of Science in Health Services Administration
  • Bachelors of Professional Studies in Health Information Management
  • Bachelors of Science in Health Information Management
  • Bachelors of Science in Health Information Management
    (online)
  • Bachelors of Science in Health Services Management
  • Masters in Business Administration in Health Services Management
  • Masters in Business Administration in Health Services Management
    (online)
Syracuse University(Syracuse, NY)
  • Bachelors of Science in Public Health
  • Certificate of Advanced Studies in Health Services Management
  • Master of Public Health
The New School(New York, NY)
  • Masters in Health Services Management and Policy
  • Master of Science in Health Services Administration
Touro College(New York, NY)
  • Master of Public Health
  • Masters in Business Administration:Healthcare Management Concentration
Union Graduate College(Schenectady, NY)
  • Masters in Business Administration: Healthcare Management Specialization
  • Bachelor of Arts/Master of Public Health
  • Doctor of Medicine/Master of Public Health
  • Master of Business Administration/Master of Public Health
  • Master of Public Health
  • Masters in Leadership and Health Care Systems - Health Care Organization Management and Leadership
Utica College Online(Syracuse, NY)
  • Master of Science in Health Care Administration
    (online)
Wagner College(Staten Island, NY)
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Care Administration
North Carolina
  • BS - Health Promotion
  • BSBA - Health Care Management
  • BS - Health Services Leadership and Management
  • AAS - Health Information Technology
  • Certificate - Health Information Technology
  • Diploma - Health Information Technology
East Carolina University(Greenville, NC)
  • BS - Health Information Management
  • BS - Health Services Management
Mount Olive College(Mount Olive, NC)
  • Bachelors of Science in Health Care Management
Pfeiffer University(Misenheimer, NC)
  • Master of Business Administration/Master of Health Administration Dual Degree
  • Master of Health Administration
  • Master of Health Administration/Master of Science in Leadership and Organizational Change Dual Degree
  • Associate in Applied Science in Healthcare Management Technology
  • Associate in Applied Science in Healthcare Management Technology
    (online)
  • Bachelor of Science in Public Health
  • Certificate in Public Health Leadership
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Health Policy and Management
  • Doctor of Public Health: Biostatistics
  • Doctor of Public Health: Health Policy and Management
  • Doctor of Public Health: Maternal and Child Health
  • Doctor of Public Health: Nutrition
  • Master of Health Administration
  • Master of Healthcare Administration/Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Healthcare Administration/Master of City and Regional Planning
  • Master of Healthcare Administration/Master of Science in Information Science
  • Master of Healthcare Administration/Master of Science in Library Science
  • Master of Public Health
  • Master of Science in Public Health/Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Science in Public Health/Master of City and Regional Planning
  • Master of Science in Public Health/Master of Science in Information Science
  • Master of Science in Public Health/Master of Science in Library Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Public Health
  • Master of Health Administration
  • Master of Science in Public Health
  • Doctor of Public Health
  • Master of Public Health
University of Phoenix(Charlotte, NC)
  • Doctor of Health Administration
    (online)
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Information Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management
  • Master of Healthcare Administration
North Dakota
  • Eligibility Worker - Certificate, Technical - Online Option
    (online)
  • Human Services - AAS, Technical - Online Option
    (online)
University of Mary(Bismarck, ND)
  • Healthcare Administration Bachelor’s Degree Program
    (online)
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Care Concentration
  • Master of Business Administration: Health Care Concentration
    (online)
  • Certificate in Health Administration
Ohio
Beckfield College(Tri-County Cincinnati, OH)
  • Health Information Technology
  • BA - Allied Health
  • MBA - Business Admin: Health Service Administration
    (online)