2018 Most Affordable Online Colleges for Healthcare Administration Degrees

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These 25 schools offer online bachelor's degrees in healthcare administration for affordable tuition rates of less than $13,000 a year. Middle Georgia State University is ranked #1 for its Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration. Florida International University’s Bachelor of Health Services Administration includes classes such as Cultural Competency in Health Sciences and Healthcare Financial Management. Ranked #20, Bay Path University offers a Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration with specializations such as Health Sciences and Health and Wellness for an annual tuition of $12,000.

You can read more about our ranked schools below or browse our 2018 rankings of the most affordable online master's in healthcare administration programs. View our methodology or learn more about SR Education Group.

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Rank College Annual Tuition
#1 #1 Middle Georgia State University Annual Tuition $5,070
#2 #2 Western Governors University Annual Tuition $5,780
#3 #3 Fort Valley State University Annual Tuition $7,750
#4 #4 Weber State University Annual Tuition $7,830
#5 #5 Waldorf University Annual Tuition $8,700
#6 #6 Columbia College Annual Tuition $9,150
#7 #7 Drury University Annual Tuition $9,269
#8 #8 Montana State University-Billings Annual Tuition $9,273
#9 #9 King University Annual Tuition $9,455
#10 #10 Southern New Hampshire University Online Annual Tuition $9,600
#11 #11 Florida International University Annual Tuition $9,893
#12 (tie) #12 (tie) Dakota State University Annual Tuition $10,050
#12 (tie) #12 (tie) Granite State College Annual Tuition $10,050
#14 #14 Saint Leo University Online Annual Tuition $10,800
#15 #15 University of Central Florida Annual Tuition $10,866
#16 #16 Old Dominion University Annual Tuition $11,070
#17 #17 Washburn University Annual Tuition $11,253
#18 #18 Bethel University - TN Annual Tuition $11,584
#19 #19 Liberty University Annual Tuition $11,700
#20 (tie) #20 (tie) Bay Path University Annual Tuition $12,000
#20 (tie) #20 (tie) National Louis University Annual Tuition $12,000
#20 (tie) #20 (tie) Touro University Worldwide Annual Tuition $12,000
#23 #23 Mercy College of Northwest Ohio Annual Tuition $12,360
#24 #24 University of Northwestern Ohio Annual Tuition $12,375
#25 #25 Concordia University - Saint Paul Annual Tuition $12,600
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  • Annual Tuition: $5,070
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: SACS COC
  • Acceptance Rate: 63%
  • Middle Georgia State University is the newest institution of higher learning in the Georgia university system. The university was established in 2012 from the consolidation of Macon State College and Middle Georgia College. MGSU offers a 120 credit Bachelor of Science degree in Health Services Administration with a flexible curriculum designed for individuals interested in a career in healthcare management or policy. Students can choose from concentrations in clinical management, long-term care administration, and sports management. To earn their B.S. degree students must complete 42 credits in core curriculum courses and 32 credits in health sciences core requirements. Students also complete electives and courses in their concentration area. MGSU admits students to the B.S. in Health Services Administration program with or without an associates degree. Students who already have an associate degree in a related field may be granted advanced standing after credit review by the HSA department.

     

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    https://www.mga.edu/about/history/

    http://mga.smartcatalogiq.com/2017-2018/Undergraduate-Catalog/Programs/School-of-Health-Sciences/Department-of-Health-Services-Administration/Health-Services-Administration-B-S

     

     

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  • Annual Tuition: $5,780
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: NWCCU and DEAC
  • Acceptance Rate: Open Admissions
  • Western Governors University specializes in online degrees tailored for working adults. The university offers a B.S. in Business with a concentration in Healthcare Management for students interested in careers in healthcare leadership. At WGU, students pay tuition by the term instead of by the credit hour and take one course at a time. Instead of attending fixed-length courses, students complete each course as soon as they demonstrate subject matter mastery. The Healthcare Management program consists of 40 courses and can take between 6 and 16 months to complete. This flexible scheduling structure allows students with a background or previous college education in healthcare to accelerate their studies. The degree curriculum includes courses general education, leadership and management, general science, human resources, accounting, IT and healthcare data. To earn their degree students must also complete seven courses in healthcare management and a capstone requirement. The capstone is a high quality, professional project that demonstrates the student's proficiency in healthcare management.

     

    https://www.wgu.edu/online-business-degrees/healthcare-management-bachelors-program.html#

  • Annual Tuition: $7,750
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: SACS COC
  • Acceptance Rate: 21%
  • Fort Valley State University does not offer a stand-alone bachelor's degree in healthcare administration. However aspiring healthcare leaders can gain the practical and theoretical knowledge they need to begin their careers through FVSU's online degree in organizational leadership by choosing a degree concentration in healthcare management. Students in this degree program study organizational leadership by examining personnel structures, strategies, accountability systems and best practices in leadership. Other areas of focus throughout the curriculum include management strategies and communication in government, corporate and non-profit organizations. Students earn a minimum of 124 credit hours for their degree, and they can complete their studies in about four years of full-time enrollment. General education requirements for the degree include English composition, college algebra and calculus, world civilization, American government and ethics and world literature. Students may also take foundational courses for their healthcare management concentration that include accounting, economics, and organizational theory. 

     

    http://catalog.fvsu.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=4&poid=317&returnto=114 (** Note - I can't find a curriculum for the online organizational leadership degree, so I used the general education requirements from the curriculum for a traditional bachelor's in business with a concentration in management as a guideline).

    http://www.fvsu.edu/academics/college-of-arts-and-sciences/fvsu-organizational-leadership/

     

  • Annual Tuition: $7,830
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: NWCCU
  • Acceptance Rate: Open Admissions
  • Weber State University was founded in the late 19th century, became a state junior college in the early 20th century. In the 21st century, Weber offers degree and certificate programs for working adults at multiple locations and through online delivery. Weber offers an online, Bachelor of Science degree in Health Administration Services with concentrations in Health Information Management, Health Services Administration and Long-Term Care Administration. The Health Administration Services curriculum consists of 120 credits and takes about four years to complete when students attend on a full-time basis. Students in this degree program take general education requirements in composition, quantitative literacy, information literacy, physical and life sciences, diversity, humanities and social sciences. Weber recommends that students complete their general education requirements before they enroll in healthcare courses. Healthcare program courses focus on one or more of the following areas; decision-making, individual and group behavior, leadership theory and skills, organizational design and culture, and teamwork.

    https://www.weber.edu/Majors/health-services-administration.html

    https://catalog.weber.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=12&poid=5807

  • Annual Tuition: $8,700
  • School Type: For-Profit
  • School Accreditation: NCA HLC
  • Acceptance Rate: 66%
  • Waldorf University is a liberal arts institution of higher learning founded in 1903. A century later Waldorf launched an array of fully online degrees and certificates after joining Columbia Southern Education Group. Waldorf students aiming for a career in healthcare leadership can earn a Bachelor of Applied Science or a Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Leadership/Health Care Management. Each degree curriculum is based on leadership foundation courses combined with real-world applications. Both the BAS and BS programs in healthcare management are similar. However, BAS students complete more credits in professional electives depending on their area of interest. Both degrees consist of 120 credits of coursework and full-time students can complete degrees in about four years. Some of the courses required for the major include topics such as community health, principles of epidemiology, health care law and health informatics. Students choose from an array of professional electives courses based on their career goals. Professional electives offered include principles in accounting, human resource management and risk management in healthcare.

     

    https://www.waldorf.edu/about/history

     

    https://www.waldorf.edu/academics/degree-programs/bachelors/bas-organizational-leadership/health-care-management

     

    https://www.waldorf.edu/academics/degree-programs/bachelors/bs-organizational-leadership/health-care-management

  • Annual Tuition: $9,150
  • School Type: For-Profit
  • School Accreditation: NCA HLC
  • Acceptance Rate: Open Admissions
  • Columbia College was founded in 1851 as the first state-chartered women's college west of the Mississippi River. Today the college is a nonsectarian institution of higher learning specializes in education for working adults with over 30 college locations in 12 states and online degree programs. Students with career goals in healthcare administration can choose between a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a concentration in healthcare management. Both degrees prepare students for entry-level healthcare leadership positions and advancement in this field. Each degree requires students to choose from a variety of courses in liberal arts and sciences to complement their understanding of healthcare leadership issues. The Bachelor's degrees in Business Administration require 120 semester credit hours of coursework, and full-time students can complete their studies about four years. Some of the electives that students can choose from include accounting, macroeconomics, finance, statistics, business communication, business law and business ethics.

     

    http://www.ccis.edu/about.aspx

    http://www.ccis.edu/degrees/baba.aspx

    http://www.ccis.edu/degrees/bsba.aspx

     

     

     

  • Annual Tuition: $9,269
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: NCA HLC
  • Acceptance Rate: 84%
  • Drury University is a liberal arts institution founded by Congregationalist missionaries in 1873. The university was also one of the first institutions in Missouri to offer continuing education courses for adults. Healthcare professionals who aspire to leadership positions can achieve their goals through the university's bachelor's degree in Health Services Management. This degree is designed for individuals who already have training and licensure in a healthcare profession who aim to move into a leadership or management position in their field.  Individuals eligible to enroll in this online program include registered nurses, physical therapy assistants, occupational therapy assistants, emergency medical services personnel and other healthcare professionals. The program requires a total of 124 credits to complete, and Drury awards 30 credits to students for their healthcare related degree or certificate. Some of the courses in the degree curriculum include finance, leadership, contemporary workforce issues, the biology of behavior, social gerontology, medical sociology, and ethics. Students also complete general education requirements in writing, algebra, statistics, philosophy, government, and psychology.

    http://www.drury.edu/about/

    http://www.drury.edu/ccps/about-the-ccps-health-services-management-program

     

  • Annual Tuition: $9,273
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: NWCCU
  • Acceptance Rate: Open Admissions
  • Students aiming for careers in healthcare leadership may find the theoretical and practical education they need to succeed through the online B.S. in Health Administration at Montana State University - Billings. The health administration program incorporates field experience into the curriculum and also requires students to complete a six-credit internship before they graduate. The program requires a total of 120 credit hours with a minimum of 36 credit hours in upper division courses. Students can apply to enroll in the program after they complete 40 credit hours of foundational coursework including writing, statistics, accounting, economics and healthcare trends. Some of the required healthcare courses for the major include principles of marketing for healthcare organizations, health law and ethics, management and budgeting in healthcare and epidemiology and the public health. Additionally, students can enhance their major by choosing a concentration in health information technology, long-term care management, or business.

     

    http://msubillings.edu/msubonline/Health_Admin.htm

    http://www.msubillings.edu/advise/2013-15/2013-2015%20Health%20Administration.pdf

  • Annual Tuition: $9,455
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: SACS COC
  • Acceptance Rate: 44%
  • Founded in 1867, King University is a liberal arts institution of higher learning affiliated with the Presbyterian church. The university integrates a robust liberal arts faith-based exploration with a rigorous curriculum. The Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration designed to allow adult learners to integrate management knowledge with skills and tools that allow them to achieve their career goals in healthcare leadership. The total curriculum consists of 124 credits and students have the option of taking one course in their major at a time. Full-time students who utilize the flexible scheduling option can complete required healthcare courses in about 16 months semester hours of general education requirements that include writing, mathematics, science with laboratory, sociology, psychology, humanities, economics, history and political science. Coursework in the healthcare administration focuses on the following areas of study; Healthcare organization and policy, human resources, legal issues and ethics, sustainability in healthcare and management topics.

     

    http://www.king.edu/academics/programs/healthcare-administration.aspx

    https://online.king.edu/online-degree-programs/bachelor-of-science-in-healthcare-administration-bsha/

  • Annual Tuition: $9,600
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: NEASC CIHE
  • Acceptance Rate: 92%
  • Southern New Hampshire University began in the 1930s as a school offering adult education in bookkeeping and accounting. Today the school continues its tradition of flexible education degrees and certificates designed for online adult learners. SNHU's Bachelor of Science healthcare administration equips students with theoretical knowledge and practical skills through a curriculum that aligns with the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA) standards. Students complete 120 credits to earn their degree and can complete the curriculum in four years of full-time study. The degree program consists of 45 credits of general education that include anatomy and physiology, statistics for healthcare professionals and business systems analysis. Students also take 45 credits in their healthcare major. The healthcare major courses include - strategic management, research and evaluation methodologies, quality management, human resource management, human relations and epidemiology. Students also complete a capstone course that demonstrates a synthesis of knowledge acquired through the curriculum. Students can also enhance their healthcare administration degrees by specializing in health information management or patient safety and quality.

    https://www.snhu.edu/about-us/leadership-and-history/history

    https://www.snhu.edu/admission/academic-catalogs/coce-catalog#/programs/NyblE4LKe?bc=true&bcCurrent=Healthcare%20Administration%20(BS)&bcItemType=programs

    https://www.snhu.edu/online-degrees/bachelors/bs-in-healthcare-administration

     

     

  • Annual Tuition: $9,893
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: SACS COC
  • Acceptance Rate: 50%
  • The Bachelor of Health Services Administration at Florida International University is designed to prepare graduates with the theoretical and technological knowledge they need for a career in healthcare administration. The degree completion curriculum consists of 60 credit hours and can be completed in two years of full-time study. To qualify for admission to the program students need to complete 60 credits of foundational coursework, or hold an associate's degree from another institution. Some of the courses students must take to qualify for admission include accounting, statistics and economics. Once enrolled in the degree program students take courses that cover a range of issues in healthcare such including law, organizational and human resource management and global issues and trends in healthcare. Additional topics covered in the curriculum include financial management, systems engineering, economics and program planning. Students can also choose five elective courses from an array of healthcare-related fields including marketing, communications, psychology, conflict management and information systems.

    http://fiuonline.fiu.edu/programs/online-undergraduate-degrees/bachelor-of-health-services-administration.php

    http://fiuonline.fiu.edu/programs/online-undergraduate-degrees/bachelor-of-health-services-administration.php

     

  • Annual Tuition: $10,050
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: NCA HLC
  • Acceptance Rate: 81%
  • This school does not offer an online degree in healthcare management. It also doesn't have any related degrees with concentrations in healthcare management.

     

    Here is the page I used to research online degree programs at this school. https://www.sdstate.edu/online-undergraduate-degrees

     

    The closest possible options are the online bachelor's in general studies or the bachelor's in interdisciplinary studies. But neither degree offers a concentration in healthcare administration or management.

     

  • Annual Tuition: $10,050
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: NEASC CIHE
  • Acceptance Rate: Open Admissions
  • Students enrolled in the online B.S. in healthcare management at Granite State College learn critical functions and best practices in their field through industry-specific coursework. The degree program is designed for students with an associate degree in allied health, business management, or a related field. The degree curriculum helps train students to apply knowledge of healthcare policy, law and ethics, statistics in healthcare administration and leadership. To earn a B.S. degree in healthcare management from Granite State, students must complete a total of 120 credit hours. Transfer students must take at least 30 credits while enrolled at Granite State. General education requirements for the degree include writing, critical inquiry, math, communication, arts and humanities and scientific inquiry. Students take at least 13 courses on their healthcare administration major. The required healthcare courses include human resources administration, integrative healthcare management, health information systems, fiscal management, organizational behavior and community culture and health.

     

    https://www.granite.edu/degree-programs/bachelors-degrees/health-care-management/

    https://www.granite.edu/wp-content/uploads/1718_UG/1718-BS-Health-Care-Management.pdf

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  • Annual Tuition: $10,800
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: SACS COC
  • Acceptance Rate: 73%
  • Saint Leo University’s Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management prepares students for leadership roles in various healthcare settings, including hospitals; medical laboratories; nursing homes; federal, state, and county health programs, and pharmaceutical companies. Students in the program who are not already working in healthcare are required to complete an internship during their senior year in which they spend the entire semester at a healthcare-related site. To graduate, students need to complete 24-33 credits in the major in addition to general university required courses. Some examples of classes students in the program would take are Health Law, Contemporary and Critical Issues in Health Care, and Health Planning and Policy Management. The B.S. in Health Care Management from Saint Leo University Online can be completed within 4 years for full-time students.

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  • Annual Tuition: $10,866
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: SACS COC
  • Acceptance Rate: 49%
  • The University of Central Florida’s Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration program requires students to take 48 credits of core courses, a 3-credit capstone course, and an internship with the administrative department of a healthcare organization. The core courses include studies in both business and medical subjects, such as courses in U.S. Health Care Systems, Long Term Care and Administration, Health Law and Ethics, and Epidemiology. In addition, students must complete 36 credits of general UCF foundational courses and 9 credits of Common Program Prerequisites prior to entering the program. The approximate tuition cost per year at UCF is $212 per credit hour, or about $25,440 for a B.S. in Health Services Administration.

  • Annual Tuition: $11,070
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: SACS COC
  • Acceptance Rate: 83%
  • Old Dominion University offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Services Administration. 12 credits of prerequisites are needed before applying for admission to the BSHS program. This program requires 120 total credit hours, with at least 30 credits taken at ODU. Departmental courses include Public Health Science, Health Aspects of Aging, Policy and Politics of Health, and Healthcare Marketing. In-state Virginia residents can expect to pay $335 per credit hour while out-of-state students’ tuition is about $369 per credit hour. This program is fitting for Navy Hospital Corpsman with healthcare experience who are seeking upper-division education and are at an E4 level or higher. Students with related health experience from other Armed Services are also eligible for this program. The program can be completed within 4 years.

  • Annual Tuition: $11,253
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: NCA HLC
  • Acceptance Rate: Open Admissions
  • Washburn University, in partnership with Johnson County Community College, offer the PLAN (Partnership for Learning and Networking), an online Bachelor of Health Science in Health Services Administration. The online program requires completion of a total of 124 semester credit hours, and students must already have an Associate’s degree in an Allied Health Profession (ex: Radiologic Technology, Physical Therapy Assistant, Medical Assistant, etc.). The general Bachelor of Health Sciences in Health Services four-year degree has 5 specialties for students to choose from: Occupational Therapy Assistant, Health Information Technology, Physical Therapist Assistant, Respiratory Therapy, and Radiologic Technology. Core courses vary depending on the program, but all BHS-HS students can expect to share classes like Health Care Policy, Health Information Systems, and Current Issues in Health Care. Annual tuition for a dependent in-state student at Washburn University is about $7,978, while an out-of-state student may pay about $17,918. Both the online program and traditional program may be completed within four years.

  • Annual Tuition: $11,584
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: SACS COC
  • Acceptance Rate: 84%
  • Bethel University - TN is a Christian college that offers a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management & Organizational Development with a concentration in Healthcare Management. The degree in Management & Organizational Development is designed for working professionals who already have at least 30 hours of previous college credit. The Healthcare Management concentration is composed of 45 credits in classes such as Human Behavior in Organizations, Healthcare Policy in the U.S., and Financing in Healthcare. The program prepares students to advance to a leadership role in a healthcare system. All classes meet on-campus. Including the 45 required major courses, a total of 128 credit hours are required to graduate with the Bachelor of Science degree. The program costs $362 per credit hour and the core courses may be completed within 4 terms or one year.

  • Annual Tuition: $11,700
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: SACS COC and TRACS
  • Acceptance Rate: 22%
  • The Bachelor's degree in Healthcare Administration at Liberty University is offered online by Liberty University’s School of Business. The core courses are designed to train students in aspects of the healthcare field such as financial accounting, epidemiology, and economics, as well as give them a better understanding of healthcare policy. The program is composed of 120 total credit hours. Core courses include Legal and Ethical Issues in Healthcare, Public and Community Health for Business, and Management of H.R. and Health Professionals. The degree may be completed within 4 years. At least 30 credits must be taken through Liberty University, and up to 90 credits may be transferred from another college. Tuition costs $390 per credit hour.

  • Annual Tuition: $12,000
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: NEASC CIHE
  • Acceptance Rate: 77%
  • Bay Path University is a women’s college that offers a Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration. The program is designed to give students the opportunity to build their critical thinking and analytical skills so they may succeed in a career in healthcare administration. Students will learn how to make decisions that would make delivery of high quality healthcare more affordable to consumers. There is a total of 61 course requirements that include Policy and Law in Health Services, Health Care Marketing: Trends, and Health Services Quality. Additionally, students are expected to take Biology, Introduction to Psychology, and Statistics. The program may be completed with 4 years and tuition is $34,225.

  • Annual Tuition: $12,000
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: NCA HLC
  • Acceptance Rate: 81%
  • National Louis University offers a Bachelor of Science in Health Care Leadership degree for people who want to pursue a leadership role in the healthcare field. For the capstone project, students will be required to design and complete a business plan for a health care delivery service or facility. Courses include Critical Thinking in Health Care, Professional Writing and Presentation Skills in Health Care, and Marketing of Health Care Services. The program also offers a concentration in Long Term Care designed for students who want to work in the administration associated with nursing homes, assisted living and long term care facilities. The concentration is an additional 20 credit hours, including courses such as Resident Services Management and Quality Care and Long Term Care Financial Management and Governance. The total tuition of the degree is $6,000 per term. The program may be completed within 4 years.

  • Annual Tuition: $12,000
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: WASC WSCUC
  • Acceptance Rate: Open Admissions
  • Touro University Worldwide offers an online  Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences degree with a concentration in Health Care Administration. The program is designed for working adults who want to work in a leadership role in the healthcare field. Students can transfer up to 90 semester credit hours from a previous college. The degree can be achieved after completion of at least 120 semester credits, which include 51 credits of the major requirements and 24 credits of electives. The tuition is $400 per credit hour. Students who enroll full-time 12 credits per semester (for a total of 6 semesters) can complete the degree in three and a half years. Graduates of the program will be able to gain positions in the healthcare industry or continue into graduate level programs in health care.

  • Annual Tuition: $12,360
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: NCA HLC
  • Acceptance Rate: 53%
  • The Healthcare Administration Online Completion Program at Mercy College of Northwest Ohio prepares students to transition into an administrative role in a healthcare setting, especially those who are already employed in a management role. The program completion requires a total of 120 credit hours, with only six hours of credit transferable in from another institution. The program also has an optional 120-hour practicum requirement (1 credit hour). Professional coursework includes Organizational Behavior in Healthcare, Quality Improvement and Patient Safety, and Healthcare Information Systems. The program concentrates on building strong communication skills and the ability to lead an organization. Tuition is $412 per credit hour and the program may be completed within 4 years.

  • Annual Tuition: $12,375
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: NCA HLC
  • Acceptance Rate: Open Admissions
  • University of Northwestern Ohio's online Healthcare Administration program is designed for students in UNOH’s Medical Assisting Technology or Medical Office Management program who wish to complete their Junior and Senior years. However, students from other accredited institutions may transfer in the program if they have similar health-related associate degrees. Courses in the Healthcare Administration program include Healthcare Law, Healthcare Economics, and Organizational Behavior. There are 90 credits total required to complete the program. The tuition rate is $275 per credit hour. The program may be completed within 2 years, as it is a 2 + 2 program meant for those already holding associate’s degrees.

  • Annual Tuition: $12,600
  • School Type: Non-Profit
  • School Accreditation: NCA HLC
  • Acceptance Rate: 55%
  • The Bachelor of Arts in Health Care Administration program at Concordia University - Saint Paul is offered online and is composed of 40 credits. Required coursework includes Epidemiological Foundation, Healthcare Diversity and Global Issues, and Ethics and Decision Making in Health Care Environments. The focus of the program is to give students the opportunity to explore current trends in health care and make decisions using various business principles to shape and affect these trends. The total credits needed to graduate with a B.A. in Health Care Administration is 120, including electives and general education requirements. The tuition rate for the program is $420 per credit hour (for a total of 40 credits).

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