The continued growth of the healthcare industry has created a need not only for skilled patient care positions such as nurses or medical assistants but for administrative and managerial positions as well. The Health Services Administration bachelor’s degree program at Bryant & Stratton College provides students with an education that translates to administration positions in the medical field at hospitals, clinics, long-term-care facilities, doctor’s offices, and more.
The bachelor’s degree program in Health Services Administration provides students with a comprehensive foundation in health-related knowledge and concepts as well as the management of health services and facilities, with emphases on finance, legal aspects in healthcare, disaster planning and management, and information systems. Graduates of the program will have an understanding of real-world applications for the theory and practices utilized in administration and management roles within the healthcare industry.
Clinical sites and healthcare facilities require background checks and drug testing.
Courses in the Health Services Administration bachelor’s degree program are also offered at the Amherst, Buffalo, Henrietta and Syracuse campuses. To learn more about the program at these campuses, please contact an admissions representative.
The Health Services Administration bachelor’s degree program will provide students with the ability to:
Health Service Administration Academic Program Disclosures
The Health Services Administration bachelor’s degree program is available for study with Bryant & Stratton College Online. The online Health Services Administration bachelor’s degree program follows the same outcomes and curriculum as the campus-based program with the added flexibility and convenience of an online program. Students can expect the same personal touch and support provided by our campus faculty and staff.
Credits earned in online classes at Bryant & Stratton College are the same as credits earned in campus-based classes at Bryant & Stratton College.
Healthcare occupations in general are growing faster than almost any other industry according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Health services administration is one of the fastest-growing fields in this booming industry. Graduates with a Health Services Administration bachelor’s degree may work as medical and health services managers, social and community service managers, or patient services representatives.
Major Requirements (60 credits)
To learn more about the bachelor's degree in Health Services Administration, please consult our course catalog.
With the right healthcare administration degree, you could pursue administration positions in any number of health services organizations in the medical field, from local doctor’s offices and hospitals to entire healthcare systems. At Bryant & Stratton College, our Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration covers all the business-of-medicine bases to help you start your medical administrative career off right.
The field of health services is quite broad, everything from direct-patient-care facilities like doctor’s offices, hospitals, and dental clinics to care-adjacent organizations such as pharmaceutical companies and more. Career opportunities and options are exploding all over the healthcare industry, both clinical and non-clinical (BLS). Bryant & Stratton College offers a number of programs to help you reach your goals.
Health services administration is concerned with the management and operation of a healthcare organization. Professionals in health services administration are not typically hands-on patient-care workers, like doctors or nurses. Instead, they are non-clinical leaders who manage everything else within a company, from hiring staff to implementing policy.
The first step is to complete your high school diploma or earn a GED. Next, you need to apply to a college that offers the degree you need to meet the goals you’ve set. At Bryant & Stratton College, we offer several different undergraduate degree and diploma options to help you get your health services administration career off on the right foot. Contact an admissions advisor today to learn more.