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Online healthcare degrees

Elevate your career in a vital industry

Our online healthcare degrees prepare you to make a positive impact in the health of individuals, families and diverse populations. Join the ranks of medical and health administration professionals who are needed now more than ever.

Learn more about our bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in health management or health administration.

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Career opportunities in healthcare management are on the rise

00:00 (upbeat music) 00:02 - [Voiceover] Career opportunities in healthcare management 00:05 are on the rise. 00:06 According to BLS, employment for medical and health services 00:09 managers is projected to grow 32% from 2020 to 2030, 00:14 much faster than average, adding over 133,000 new jobs. 00:18 Salaries for this in-demand field are also growing, 00:22 especially for health professionals with training. 00:24 At University of Phoenix, our career-focused 00:26 College of Health Professions will teach you 00:28 the business side of healthcare, 00:30 with online degrees that are affordable and flexible, 00:33 from an accredited university, 00:35 from healthcare administration and health management, 00:37 to health information systems. 00:39 If you have professional healthcare experience, 00:41 our competency-based Master of Health Administration 00:44 can be completed in less than 12 months 00:47 for under $11,000, saving you time and money. 00:50 University of Phoenix degrees are aligned to 00:52 healthcare industry standards, 00:55 so you can be sure you're gaining the skills 00:57 and credentials to impact patient outcomes. 00:59 And courses are taught 01:00 by accomplished healthcare professionals. 01:03 Enrolling is easy. 01:04 There's no application fee, 01:06 no SAT or GMAT test requirements, 01:09 and no out-of-pocket cost for transcripts. 01:11 We request them for you. 01:13 If you have eligible transfer credits, 01:15 we'll work with you to get the credit you deserve. 01:17 This means you could save up to 75% 01:20 on your bachelor's degree to help you graduate 01:22 in as little as a year. 01:24 Plus, with up to 18 opportunities a year to start, 01:27 you can begin your degree when you're ready. 01:29 Healthcare is waiting for you. 01:31 Get started today, so you can make a difference tomorrow.

Why earn your healthcare degree online with us?

Our healthcare degree programs are designed to be flexible, so you can prepare for an enhanced role in healthcare without impacting work and life. We also give you the opportunity to specialize your Bachelor’s or Master’s degree with a variety of concentrations in growing areas.

Save time and money

Have your eligible prior academic work and relevant professional experience evaluated for academic credit, potentially shortening your time to completion and saving you money.

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Affordable, fixed tuition  

We’ve lowered tuition and locked it in for the duration of your online nursing degree program. So, you can count on your tuition to be as dependable as your education.

Accreditation that matters  

The Master of Health Administration (MHA) program is programmatically accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME), PO Box 911, Spring House, PA 19477, 301-298-1820.

Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education

Earn career-relevant skills in weeks – not years

Get value from your education before you even graduate. Update your resumé and LinkedIn profile with learned skills when you complete every 5- or 6-week course in our associate, bachelor's and master's programs.

Build skills on your way to your degree

Meet your college deans

Our college deans focus on developing a career-relevant curriculum. They bring industry experience to the classroom and lead a faculty of academic professionals with one goal in mind—to help you earn the skills you need to pursue your career.

Mark Johannsson, Dean

Mark Johannsson, DHSc, MPH

Dean, College of Health Professions

Nye Clinton, Associate Dean

Nye Clinton, PhD

Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs, College of Health Professions

Heather Steiness, Associate Dean

Heather Steiness, PhD, MPH

Associate Dean of Graduate Programs, College of Health Professions

There’s no way I would have made the impact or the difference that I’m making without the support, the confidence, and the education that I was provided”

Amber P.

Master of Health Administration, ‘17

There’s no way I would have made the impact or the difference that I’m making without the support, the confidence, and the education that I was provided”

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How to apply

We're with you every step of the way

Set your goals

Select your healthcare degree, course or certificate.

Begin online application

Complete your application on your own or with the help of an enrollment representative.

Start school

Register for class and get ready for the first day of school.

Frequently asked questions

Earning a healthcare degree demonstrates to employers that you have the specific knowledge and skills needed to address the rapidly changing healthcare field.

In addition, some of our programs educationally prepare you to sit for national industry certification exams. This offers peace of mind that our curriculum reflects the latest and best practices.


No, we offer programs for both healthcare professionals and those looking to break into the field.

The Master of Health Administration (MHA) program is programmatically accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME), 6110 Executive Blvd, Suite 614, Rockville, MD 20852, 301-298-1820.

  Public Health

  Health Administration

The field of public health encompasses many functions that work together to prevent disease and promote health for the benefit of populations (communities, states, countries, etc.).

The field of health administration covers the business side of healthcare in healthcare systems such as hospitals, health-related organizations and health networks.
  • Leading organizations to identify and improve community health concerns
  • Studying the effects of the environment on population health and developing health policy
  • Preparing communities to manage disasters/disease outbreaks
  • Leading organizations to effectively deliver health services
  • Managing healthcare system resources (human, financial, supplies)
  • Strategic planning for effective healthcare delivery

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*While widely available, not all programs are available to residents of all states. Please check with a University Enrollment Representative.