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You know the demand for healthcare will always be strong, but you don’t see yourself working bedside with patients. Instead, you’re into leadership—managing resources and people, setting policy, budgeting, complying with industry regulations, and guiding an organization toward improving both the bottom line and the quality of patient care.
In this program you’ll learn not only general business concepts but also the unique characteristics of the healthcare industry. And, with the benefit of taking classes online, you'll have more flexibility to work, complete an internship, or balance life's other responsibilities.
Students graduating from this program get jobs in places like hospitals, healthcare technology companies, medical offices, insurance companies, and government agencies.
"I have a passion for health and healthcare, and it is a great feeling to be able to communicate to the public about the products and services they are able to access so close to home. I knew I’d found my calling. I’m so thrilled to be able to be using my education."Julie Suedmeyer-Buller '05, Health Management
Southeast Online's flexible Healthcare Administration program was the only option for Emily Beets to advance her education while maintaining her life and career.
An option in healthcare administration can enhance your business degree.
Below are just a few examples of the companies who hire graduates from the Harrison College of Business and Computing at Southeast Missouri State.
The Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration emphasizes leadership, communication, medical ethics, policy, and is ideal for those interested in working in the healthcare industry. Students in this program also have the opportunity to complete an accelerated MBA option or continue their education to complete an MBA in health administration. This program is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), and the Network of International Business Schools (NIBS).