Bachelor of ScieBachelor of Science in Health Care Administration
This program is currently offered Online.
Professionals with a Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration serve as key leaders in hospital administration. The health care training at Brookline College can provide graduates with real-world leadership skills in this expanding health care field.
Welcome to the Brookline College Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration degree program. Congratulations on your decision to further your career in the exciting field of health care. As a student of this program, you can learn to take a leading role in vital aspects of hospital administration. These roles include legal and regulatory responsibilities, facility planning, economic issues, community health and more.
Upon graduation, you will have the foundation to contribute to your employer in the areas of:
- Anatomy & Physiology
- Electronic Medical Records
- Medical Law & Ethics
- Medical Office Administration
- Medical Terminology
- Principles of Health care Administration
- Quality Management
Brookline College wants all its graduates to obtain the very best career opportunity available and its career advisors are committed to assisting graduates with their job search. In addition, they may be able to assist with full-time or part-time employment for current students. However, Brookline College cannot and does not guarantee employment or wages at any time.
The outlook for health care administration professionals with degrees in health care is quite strong. Due to increasing industry and regulatory changes, the need for well-trained and modern health care administrators is increasingly important.
To assist its students in their job search, Brookline College provides training in the following areas:
- Resume preparation
- Job search techniques
- Interviewing skills
Starting your Career!
Graduates of the HCA program at Brookline College will be prepared to function in positions in various medical office settings such as hospitals, clinics, doctor’s offices, or medical device companies requiring skills in administration, record keeping, quality management, human resources management, medical law and ethics, and communication.
According to the O*Net Resource Center, the nation’s primary source for occupational information, students who graduate with health care degrees are able to pursue positions such as Office Manager, Team Leader, Office Coordinator and Administrative Support.
These opportunities are termed Bright Outlook Occupations that are expected by O*Net to grow rapidly in the next several years, have large numbers of job openings, or are among those occupations which are new and emerging.
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Last updated February 1, 2016