Health Administration Degrees By State
Welcome to HealthAdministrationDegrees.com, the web’s most complete directory of accredited Healthcare Administration degree programs. Please let us know if you think we’re missing any schools or programs – we’ll be happy to add them. There are a lot of schools in the directory, and a few ways to search them, here we have Health Administration Degrees by State for your convenience.
1. Check out the links on the left hand side of this page for listings of specific types of Health Administration degree programs, including online Health Administration degree programs.
2. If you want to browse our directory of schools by state, use the links below to access the individual state pages. These pages contain data on the state itself (including some government links and data for each state) as well as more detail on the schools in that state that offer Health Administration degree programs.
What to Look For
You should make sure to contact multiple schools, so you can compare their requirements, offerings, cost, and so on. There are many differences between the schools, even for identical programs.
Some of the key things to ask the schools about include:
Tuition (of course) – Make sure to check in with schools about their financial aid programs. For undergraduate degrees, many schools offer grants and scholarships, both need-based and merit. Graduate programs tend to have less scholarship and grant opportunities, but may offer either as part of a financial aid package.
Admissions Requirements – Health administration covers quite a broad range of specializations and degrees. Depending on whether you’re pursuing a Bachelor (BA/BS), Master of Health Administration (MHA), Master of Public Administration (MPA), Master of Business Administration (MBA), Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Doctor of Business Administration (DBA), Doctor of Health Administration (DHA), Doctor of Public Health (DrPH), or Doctor of Science (ScD), requirements such as prior courses, exam scores, and work experience will vary considerably.
Scheduling – There are many different options for programs across the diverse degrees and specializations within health administration. Find out if a program is available on campus or online; full-time or part-time; or some combination.
Specializations – Health administration degrees boast a wide range of specialties within management, public health, informatics, and more. Determining which specialization best suits both your career goals and prior experience, will help you determine the program and school that will offer you the best fit.
- District of Columbia
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
What Classes Will I Have to Take in a Health Administration Program?
Though your exact curriculum will vary depending on which school you choose, the following list of classes are examples of what you might see in a healthcare administration degree program:
- Human Anatomy/Physiology
- Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management
- Medical Terminology
- Managing Health Care
- Health Care Economics
- Financial Management
- Strategic Planning and Marketing for Health Services
- Health Care Ethics
- Health Care Law
- Health Policy Development
- Medical Office Procedure and Transcription
- Managed Care and Reimbursement Systems
- Public Health
- Informatics in Health Care Management
Again, all of these requirements vary by school, so you will need to speak directly with each school to understand their exact requirements and what you may need to do to prepare.
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