This major will prepare you for a wide variety of careers in the rapidly expanding and rewarding field of managing and administering health care organizations and their delivery of health-related products and services. You will:
- gain experience in critical thinking and decision making
- develop your interpersonal skills
- learn new technical skills
Should you so desire, the Bachelor of Arts in Healthcare Administration is also an excellent preparation for graduate-level studies in business administration and healthcare administration!
You will participate in a semester-long internship/practicum designed to fit your career aspirations. It is a fourth-level capstone course, integrating the content of the Healthcare Administration courses leading to it. Its focus is on a major project of mutual interest to you as a student, and to the host facility located off-campus. The experience gained there and the networking that occurs can be quite useful in your career plans.
As a student here, you'll discover:
- Faculty who combine impressive academic qualifications with extensive professional experience.
- Small, conveniently scheduled classes and a curriculum flexible enough to meet your individual needs.
- A friendly community where you can make lifelong connections with classmates from a wide variety of professional and person backgrounds.
In the classroom, we strive for relevant applications to real-world situations.
What Our Students Say
Every year, seniors graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Healthcare Administration evaluate their learning experience and faculty. Results are compared to peer institutions, as well as the population of respondent institutions.
Year after year, our graduating students tell us that are faculty are:
- relevant, excellent teachers
- wonderful role models
- exceptional advisors regarding career development
- available outside of class
- helpful and interested in student progress
The graduates emphasized the importance they attached to the opportunities for themselves as students to enhance their teamwork abilities and presentation skills, as these are exceptionally important in the teamwork-oriented health care setting.
- Jon Hilsabeck, FACHE, Adjunct Professor
- Thornton Bowman, FACHE, Adjunct Professor
- Brian Messer, PhD, Adjunct Professor
- Bachelor of Arts
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- North Lamar Center
- DFW Center
- Houston Center
- San Antonio Center
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