Health Care Administration
University of Phoenix offers undergraduate and graduate health care administration degrees that are developed and taught by skilled practitioners who work in their respective health care administration fields. Health care administration degree options let you learn through individual and collaborative work, so you can acquire the knowledge and skills needed in today's working environment.
Health Care Administration Programs
Through University of Phoenix you can earn an associate's in health care administration. The Associate of Arts degree with a concentration in Health Care Administration includes the study of health care organizations, roles of health care workers, public policy, information technology, financial management, and regulatory and ethical issues of health care.
The College of Health Sciences and Nursing provides a variety of health care administration programs that are carefully designed to meet the specific interests of today's students, as well as the needs of many of today's health care organizations. Our health care administration degree programs are designed by academic professionals, often in collaboration with industry professionals, to ensure quality, relevance and rigor. The health care administration programs are geared toward the practical needs and theoretical context of the health care discipline.
You can gain the skills and knowledge needed in health-related settings with our bachelor's in health care administration. The Bachelor of Science in Health Administration program addresses management, finance, accounting and human resources. You can focus on health information systems or long-term care.
Finally, prepare to lead in the dynamic health care industry with our Master of Health Administration program. This health care administration program provides learning in finance, policy, research, technology, quality improvement, economics, marketing and strategic planning. Specializations are available in gerontology, health care education and informatics.
While widely available, not all programs are available to residents of all states. Please contact a University Enrollment Advisor to confirm program availability in your state and local area.