Health Services Administration
Bryant & Stratton’s Health Services Administration diploma program provides students with a stepping stone to beginning a career in the healthcare field while also allowing for further progression through the Health Services Administration degree program.
- Employ critical thinking and health-related skills to effectively manage and oversee various roles in the healthcare field.
- Develop an understanding of the procedures and terminology in the healthcare industry in order to step into entry level positions in the field.
- Earn credits that will not only prepare graduates for a career beyond school, but provide the opportunity to further their education by transferring credits into an associate’s or bachelor’s degree.
The Health Services Administration diploma is a 30 credit program that provides students with a foundation to build upon in the field. Students will take classes that will transfer into both the associate’s and bachelor’s degree in Health Services Administration which focus on developing administrative skills to serve in a managerial role in a clinical setting.
Graduates with a diploma in Health Services Administration are educated in the systems and procedures that operate within various health and human service organizations. These systems include financial and management systems along with the legal and managerial functions necessary to succeed within the field. The diploma program not only prepares students to continue their education with an associate’s degree in Health Services Administration, but it also provides the foundation to pursue entry level positions in administrative positions throughout the healthcare field. Not only can student pursue work with a hospital or doctor’s office, they’re also capable of working in long term care facilities, human service organizations, health care providers and insurance companies.