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The associate degree in Health Services Administration from Bryant & Stratton College provides students with the education necessary to pursue entry-level positions throughout the healthcare industry. This 60-credit associate degree program will prepare students to manage various aspects within a doctor’s office or other healthcare venues such as hospitals and long-term-care facilities. Specifically, students will gain a foundation to handle business and administrative duties that include controlling finances and payroll, staff hiring and management, administrative coordination, and more.
As the demand for skilled healthcare professionals continues to grow, opportunities on the business and administrative sides of the field will grow as well. In addition to completing the healthcare-specific courses that make up the degree, students will gain a strong understanding of basic business management skills, which will translate directly to job duties upon graduation.
Courses in the Health Services Administration associate degree are offered at the Buffalo and Syracuse campuses. To learn more about the program at these campuses, please contact an admissions representative.
The Health Services Administration associate degree program will provide students with the ability to:
Health Service Administration Academic Program Disclosures
The associate degree program in Health Services Administration is available for study with Bryant & Stratton College Online. The online Health Services Administration associate 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 as 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.
Major Requirements (36 credits)
For a full course listing please refer to our course catalog.