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The field of healthcare is changing rapidly with more jobs being added to this field than any other occupational group, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS, 2017). With an overall increase in employment across the healthcare spectrum, there is a corresponding rise in the demand for efficient healthcare administrators to organize information and manage workers. The BLS estimates the employment growth of healthcare administrators to increase by 20 percent which is nearly triple the job growth rate of other occupations. A bachelor's degree in healthcare administration is often the minimum requirement needed for entry-level roles in this in-demand field.

Technology and strong management skills are necessary for healthcare administrators, according to Sarah White writing for Monster.com. If you're a recent high school grad, a working professional who would like to advance in the field of healthcare or someone who would like to switch careers in order to enter the growing field of healthcare administration, an online bachelor's degree in healthcare administration or an online bachelor's degree in business administration with a concentration in healthcare can give you the skills needed to enter the field.

Online degrees in healthcare administration work well for individuals who already have a job or other commitments that keep them from attending a traditional, on-campus college. The online mode of education can be just as rigorous as on-campus programs and students may be required to gain the practical experience needed for their program at a nearby healthcare facility.

Online Bachelor's Degree in Healthcare Administration

Prerequisites:

A high school diploma or an associate degree in healthcare administration, or equivalent

Typical Duration:

Four years

No. of online colleges offering this program:

212

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Deb Adair, Quality Matters Executive Director is quoted in a NC-SARA's blog saying, "There is significant variation among online programs. Students shouldn't assume one size fits all. They need to be prepared to make informed decisions between programs based on the kind of experience, technology, support and outcomes they offer."

Our ranking methodology has taken many of those important factors into consideration presenting you with some of the best options you have for an online healthcare administration degree. Take a look at our methodology at the bottom of the page for more details on the factors we have used to rank the top 25 best online colleges for a bachelor's in healthcare administration.

1
Tiffin University, Tiffin, OH-
Percent Receiving Financial Aid
93%
Retention Rate
64%
No. of Online Programs
52
Tuition Fees
$23,700
Program Offered:

Online Bachelor’s of Science (BS) in Healthcare Administration

Flexibility:

Fully online program that is offered in two 7-week terms per semester, starting in January, March, May, July, August and October

Quality Factors:
  • Tiffin University is a SARA-approved institution
  • The University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission
Credit Hours:
  • 121-123 hours of coursework
  • Accepts transfer credits if the student has at least a 2.0 cumulative grade point average from the previously attended college
Differentiators:
  • General electives include-acute care, long-term care, public health and mental health
  • Students may choose a 200-hour internship or an in-depth research project
  • Tutoring services are available to online students at no cost
  • Access to various scholarly materials from the Pfeiffer Library
Type of Institute:

Private, not-for-profit

Scholarships Offered:
Several scholarships are available to eligible students. Visit the school website to see the complete list. A few of these are:
  • Fraternal Order of Police Scholarship
  • Military Discount
  • WISE (Women in Sports and Events) Discount
  • AVI Employee Discount
2
Charter Oak State College, New Britain, CT-
Percent Receiving Financial Aid
100%
Retention Rate
100%
No. of Online Programs
25
Tuition Fees
$7,152
Program Offered:

Online Bachelor's of Science (BS) in Healthcare Administration. The program is designed to provide professionals working in the healthcare industry, or a healthcare-related industry such as insurance, with the knowledge required to create, implement and efficiently administer programs and services delivered by healthcare and healthcare related organizations.

Quality Factors:
  • Charter Oak State College is a SARA-approved institution
  • It is licensed and accredited by the State of Connecticut
  • It is regionally accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education
  • It is a member of the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system governed by the Connecticut Board of Regents for Higher Education
Credit Hours:
  • A minimum of 120 credit hours
  • A maximum of 87 credits earned at previously attended two-year institutions can be credited towards an undergraduate degree
Differentiators:
  • Electives on offer are either business, management, management information systems, informatics, healthcare
  • Access to online tutoring in several subjects at no cost
  • Virtual library is accessible 24 hours a day and 7 days a week
Type of Institute:

Public online college

Scholarships Offered:
These are just a few of the scholarships that the Charter Oak State College Foundation offers (subject to eligibility):
  • Alumni Association Master of Science Degree Scholarship
  • Delores Bell Memorial Scholarship
  • John and Elizabeth Blennerhassett Endowed Scholarship
Flexibility:
  • Fully online program
  • Programs are offered in 5, 8, 10 and 15-week formats
  • Classes are conducted asynchronously
3
University of Mary, Bismarck, ND-
Percent Receiving Financial Aid
100%
Retention Rate
75%
No. of Online Programs
77
Tuition Fees
$16,470
Program Offered:

Online Bachelor’s of Science in Healthcare Administration. The program helps students gain the skills to be ethical leaders in the field of healthcare in a curriculum grounded in the Christian, Catholic, Benedictine values.

Flexibility:
  • Classes are available in an online format or as a blended combination of on-site and online classes
  • Most classes start every five weeks year round
  • Students may be able to complete the degree in as few as 18 months
Type of Institute:

Private, not-for-profit

Credit Hours:
  • 121-123 hours of coursework
  • Accepts transfer credits if the student has at least a 2.0 cumulative grade point average from the previously attended college
Differentiators:
  • The university awards credits for college level learning and skills gained outside of the classroom, including from employment, military and/or police training, civic activities and volunteer service
  • Academic advising, counseling, online tutoring and career services are available
Scholarships Offered:

Several federal and state funding programs are available. The university also offers scholarships such as P.E.O. Program for Continuing Education (PCE), tuition discounts through scholarships to employees of eligible business partners and military scholarships. Visit the university website for more information.

Quality Factors:
  • The University of Mary is a SARA-approved institution
  • It is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission
4
Florida International University, Miami, FL-
Percent Receiving Financial Aid
86%
Retention Rate
88%
No. of Online Programs
45
Tuition Fees
$4,721
Program Offered:

Online Bachelor’s of Health Services Administration. The program prepares graduates to effectively manage healthcare organizations within an ever-changing, highly technological, multicultural world.

Flexibility:
  • Fully online program
  • The program starts in the fall, spring or summer
  • A maximum of 90 credits may be transferred from regionally accredited institutions and nationally accredited institutions that participate in Florida’s Statewide Course Numbering System
Differentiators:
  • Electives available are organizational communication, psychology of aging, marketing management and communication for effective leadership
  • Fully online students also can join and graduate through the FIU Honors College, a much-respected accomplishment
  • Each student is assigned a personal success coach for guidance
Quality Factors:
  • FIU is a SARA-approved institution
  • The program is regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges
  • At present, 334 FIU programs, including health services administration curriculum, have received certification for quality from Quality Matters
Credit Hours:

120 credit hours

Type of Institute:

Public

Scholarships Offered:
  • Harvey L. Young Family Foundation Scholarship
  • Lucille E. Snaith Memorial Scholarship Endowment
  • Dean’s Advisory Board Scholarship
Visit the school website for more information. Scholarships are awarded to only those who qualify.
5
Midstate College, Peoria, IL-
Percent Receiving Financial Aid
100%
Retention Rate
N/A
No. of Online Programs
15
Tuition Fees
$16,230
Program Offered:

Online Bachelor’s of Science in Health Services Management. The program pairs the health curriculum with a focus on business administration.

Flexibility:
  • Fully online program
  • Classes are asynchronous
  • A minimum participation of two days per week in each topic is required
Quality Factors:
  • Midstate College is a SARA-approved institution
  • It is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission
Credit Hours:
  • A total of 188 credit hours
  • Students may transfer credits earned at another regionally accredited college if that program is applicable to the program at Midstate and is completed with a minimum of C grade
Scholarships Offered:

These are just a few of the scholarships that the college offers to those who qualify:

  • Merit-Transfer Scholarship
  • High School Graduate Scholarship
  • Entrance Exam Excellence Scholarship
  • Alumni Immediate Family Scholarship
Type of Institute:

Private, for-profit

Differentiators:
  • Candidates are typically required to clear an entrance test or have an associate degree with at least one year of experience in the healthcare field
  • Students may choose from general education electives to complete 12 quarter hours; they may also choose from health services management electives that support knowledge of health, health services, business, and leadership
  • Access available to several electronic research resources, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week
Visit the college website for more information.
6
Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, Carbondale, IL+
Percent Receiving Financial Aid
92%
Retention Rate
67%
No. of Online Programs
20
Tuition Fees
$8,950
Program Offered:

Online Bachelor's of Science in Health Care Management. The program is committed to academic excellence by offering a curriculum that both meets the needs of industry leaders and the curriculum expectations of the premier undergraduate certification body of healthcare management education

Flexibility:
  • Fully online program
  • Available in an online, accelerated, 8-week format. However, students must complete an internship at a healthcare related facility approved by the University.
  • Students can access lectures in real time (synchronous) or video capture (asynchronous) modes
Type of Institute:

Public

Credit Hours:
  • 120 hours of coursework
  • Some requirements may be fulfilled by credits from any accredited college or university or credit received through testing and proficiency examinations, for existing credentials or work experience and for military training
  • Students with a business or healthcare related associate of applied science (AAS) degree may be eligible for the capstone option, which reduces the hours required
Scholarships Offered:

A few of the scholarships include:

  • SIU general scholarship
  • Dean’s scholarship
  • Phi Theta Kappa scholarship
Quality Factors:
  • The university is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission
  • The program is certified by the Association of University Programs in Health Administration.
Differentiators:
  • Program includes a foundation set of topics in economics and healthcare business
  • Option of choosing from two field-specific minors: long-term care and health information and informatics management
  • Electives on offer are healthcare management, business and administration, finance, psychology and information technology
Visit the school website for more details on scholarships you may be able to qualify for.
7
Mercy College of Ohio, Toledo, OH+
Percent Receiving Financial Aid
98%
Retention Rate
89%
No. of Online Programs
6
Tuition Fees
$12,360
Program Offered:

Online Bachelor's of Science in Healthcare Administration. The program provides a foundation of management skills and business knowledge specific to the healthcare industry.

Flexibility:
  • Fully online program
  • Begins in the fall (August), spring (January), and summer (May) semesters
Quality Factors:
  • Mercy College of Ohio is a SARA-approved institution
  • It is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission
Credit Hours:
  • 120 credit hours
  • A maximum of 84 credit hours may be transferred to fulfill the credit requirements for the degree
  • Additional free elective credit may be required to reach the 120 semester credit hours. Free elective credit may be satisfied through prior coursework and transfer credit.
Scholarships Offered:
  • Ashel and Dorothy Bryan Endowed Scholarship
  • Audrey Heschel McCue Memorial Scholarship
Type of Institute:

Private, not-for-profit

Differentiators:
  • Provides a foundation of management skills and business knowledge for a career in the healthcare industry
  • Includes an elective practicum experience
  • Online resources from the library can be accessed 24 x 7
  • Student support services include professional development services
To know more, please visit the school website. Scholarships are awarded to eligible students only.
8
Baker College, Flint, MI+
Percent Receiving Financial Aid
96%
Retention Rate
45%
No. of Online Programs
38
Tuition Fees
$9,360
Program Offered:

Online Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration. The program enables you to develop the broad range of knowledge and critical thinking skills you need to effectively manage the delivery, quality, and costs of healthcare services

Flexibility:
  • Fully online program
  • Not self-paced; classes begin and end on specific dates and assignments are given deadlines
Scholarships Offered:

A few of the scholarships that the college offers are:

  • Leadership Scholarship
  • Muskegon Area Promise Scholarship
  • Regents Scholarship
Visit the website for more details. The scholarships are awarded to students who qualify.
Credit Hours:
  • 120 semester hours
  • Students may earn transfer credit for programs with a grade of 2.0 or higher from another institution, for proficiency testing and for armed forces or workforce training and experience
Differentiators:
  • Program combines general education and healthcare classes with a healthcare management related internship
  • Students may choose from different electives related to law, finance, accounting and human resource
  • Extensive online library resources are available 24 x 7
Type of Institute:

Private, not-for-profit

Quality Factors:
  • Baker College is a SARA-approved institution
  • The college is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission
  • It is an approved institution of the Midwestern Higher Education Compact (regional)
  • In 2016, Baker College received the Online Learning Consortium Quality Scorecard Exemplary Endorsement, in recognition of the outstanding quality of its online learning programs
9
Colorado Christian University, Lakewood, CO+
Percent Receiving Financial Aid
99%
Retention Rate
77%
No. of Online Programs
50
Tuition Fees
$21,810
Program Offered:

Online Bachelor's of Science in Healthcare Administration. The program combines healthcare administration with ethical principles of supervision and management.

Flexibility:
  • Fully online program
  • Classes are typically completed in 5-week blocks over four semesters with specific start and end dates
  • Asynchronous model, but students must meet specific deadlines during each week of the module
Type of Institute:

Private, not-for-profit

Credit Hours:
  • 120 credit hours
  • A maximum of 90 credits previously earned at a regionally or nationally accredited college or university to be transferred towards a bachelor’s degree
  • Undergraduate credits are accepted from members of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities.
  • A maximum of 75 credits may be earned for life experience
Differentiators:
  • The University's online learning community model is in keeping within the Christian tradition
  • Students may also take on a healthcare administration capstone as a practical component
Scholarships Offered:

Eligible students can apply for federal and state funding programs in the form of grants and education loans. These are just a few of the scholarships that the college offers:

  • Boundless Opportunity Scholarship
  • Alpha Sigma Lambda Scholarship
Quality Factors:
  • Colorado Christian University is a SARA-approved institution
  • It is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission
10
Carlow University, Pittsburgh, PA+
Percent Receiving Financial Aid
100%
Retention Rate
78%
No. of Online Programs
16
Tuition Fees
$27,950
Program Offered:

Online Bachelor's of Science in Health Management. The program may provide a solid foundation in business to complement health services knowledge that is needed in today’s competitive healthcare market

Flexibility:
  • Fully online program
  • Most modules may need students to follow a certain schedule
  • Some activities may be synchronous if they involve group or team activities or discussions
Quality Factors:
  • Carlow University is a SARA-approved institution
  • It is regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Credit Hours:
  • 120 semester credit hours
  • Accepts a maximum of 88 transfer credits from programs with a minimum grade of C from previously attended accredited institutions
Differentiators:
  • A practical professional work experience component is an integral part of the program
  • Each student is assigned an academic advisor who can be contacted by email or phone
  • The university may award a student a maximum of 30 credits for college-level learning that has taken place outside the classroom.
Type of Institute:

Private, not-for-profit

Scholarships Offered:

Eligible students may apply for various federal and state funding programs. Carlow University also offers certain scholarships for students who qualify:

  • Beverly Childs Endowed Scholarship 
  • Clark Memorial Scholarship 
  • Marva Harris Woman of Spirit® Endowed Scholarship
  • Mary A. and Frank J. Hren Memorial Endowed Scholarship 
11
Mary Baldwin University, Staunton, VA+
Percent Receiving Financial Aid
100%
Retention Rate
65%
No. of Online Programs
22
Tuition Fees
$30,690
Program Offered:

Online Bachelor's of Arts in Healthcare Administration. The program provides strong and varied interdisciplinary curriculum with courses in healthcare administration, business administration, sociology, and anthropology — cross listed HCA courses with political science, philosophy, biology, and economics

Quality Factors:
  • Mary Baldwin University is a SARA-approved institution
  • It is regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges
  • The program is one of only 46 programs that are certified by Association of University Programs in Health Administration.
Credit Hours:
  • A minimum of 126 semester hours
  • A maximum of 90 credit hours may be transferred from another accredited college or university from programs with a GPA of 2.5 or higher, or from other sources
Differentiators:
  • The program is the only endowed undergraduate program of its kind in the United States and Canada
  • Healthcare administration majors can also add an emphasis in public health
  • The program includes real-world experience and career preparation in the form of an internship in addition to online coursework. Internships involve a community service component.
  • Electives on offer include public health, women’s healthcare issues, long-term care administration, global healthcare and colloquium
Type of Institute:

Private, not-for-profit

Flexibility:
  • Fully online program
  • Classes offered in spring, summer and fall
Scholarships Offered:
  • Loyalty Fund Scholarship
  • First Responder Scholarship
  • The Augusta Healthcare, Inc.: Kinnaird Scholarship
The scholarships are awarded to those who qualify. Please visit the university website for more information.
12
Granite State College, Concord, NH+
Percent Receiving Financial Aid
90%
Retention Rate
43%
No. of Online Programs
39
Tuition Fees
$7,368
Program Offered:

Online Bachelor's of Science in Health Care Management. The program aims to mold students into well-rounded healthcare professionals through healthcare-specific coursework and a grounding in leadership, diversity management, and organization development

Flexibility:
  • Fully online program
Quality Factors:
  • Granite State College is a SARA-approved institution
  • Regionally accredited by the New England Commission on Higher Education, Inc.
Credit Hours:
  • A minimum of 120 semester credit hours
  • A maximum of 90 credits may be transferred from previously attended accredited institutions from programs with grades of C or higher, or from other pathways
Differentiators:
  • The program also requires an integrative capstone experience where students are asked to integrate and apply their learning, demonstrate the skills acquired and to communicate this learning effectively
  • Career counseling is available to all students and alumni.
  • Access to research help and guidance, access to scholarly materials 24 hours a day and seven days a week
Type of Institute:

Public

Scholarships Offered:

A few of the scholarships that the university offers for those who qualify include:

  • The Osher Reentry Scholarship
  • Unique Endowment/Allocation Program
  • NH Charitable Foundation
  • Dollars For Scholars
Visit the school website to view the complete list.
13
University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL+
Percent Receiving Financial Aid
94%
Retention Rate
84%
No. of Online Programs
31
Tuition Fees
$8,328
Program Offered:

Online Bachelor's of Science in Health Care Management. The program develops the knowledge and skills required of managers and professional staff in healthcare organizations.

Flexibility:
  • Fully online program
Quality Factors:
  • The university is a SARA-approved institution
  • It is regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges
  • The university is a fully certified undergraduate member of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration
  • The program curriculum has received certification from Quality Matters
  • In 2016, the Division of eLearning and Professional Studies received Exemplary Status following completion of the Quality Scorecard overseen by the Online Learning Consortium
Credit Hours:
  • A minimum of 120 credit hours
  • A maximum of half the required credits may be satisfied by transfer credits from a two-year college where the student’s overall GPA was at least 2.5
  • A maximum of 45 credits hours may be awarded for alternative work and experience
Differentiators:
  • Electives on offer include current issues in healthcare, effective communication and professionalism in healthcare and a healthcare Lean Six Sigma Green Belt seminar
  • Three specialty track programs that may be available are clinical manager, pre-professional and long-term care administration tracks. Fast track programs may be offered in occupational therapy, health informatics and healthcare quality and safety
  • Students may earn credit outside the normal program format through testing and examinations, credit by portfolio of knowledge and military experience
  • Management internship with a relevant organization is required in the student's final semester
  • Access to library resources such as research help, online databases, media, and e-books
  • Academic and exploratory advising, online counseling resources and career development guidance are available
  • Online consultations, email service for short writing questions, and regular workshops on topics of common interest are also available
Type of Institute:

Public

Scholarships Offered:
  • Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation Scholarship 
  • Etherl M. and Jessie D. Smith Endowed Scholarship
Please visit the school website for more information. These scholarships are awarded to only those who qualify.
14
Saint Leo University, Saint Leo, FL+
Percent Receiving Financial Aid
99%
Retention Rate
72%
No. of Online Programs
62
Tuition Fees
$21,600
Program Offered:

Online Bachelor's of Science in Healthcare Administration. Program is designed for students interested in management careers in the healthcare and healthcare related industry

Flexibility:
  • Fully online program
  • The program has six convenient start dates throughout the year over three semesters: fall, spring and summer. Programs may be held in either 8-week or 16-week terms
Quality Factors:
  • Saint Leo University is a SARA-approved institution
  • It is regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges
  • The program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools & Programs (global)
Credit Hours:
  • A total of 120 credit hours
  • A maximum of 64 credit hours for programs in which the student received a minimum grade of C can be transferred from previously attended community or junior colleges
Differentiators:
  • Saint Leo University is a Catholic, liberal arts school
  • Electives on offer are health law, health information technology management, public administration and death and the meaning of life
  • Program includes a senior-year internship which may give students exposure to the various challenges they may encounter in the health care environment
  • Students may additionally earn credits for testing, examinations and experiential learning such as criminal justice training, military experience and recognized career training programs
  • The WorldWide Student Services Department helps online students to interact with other students, faculty and industry leaders through virtual activities
  • Students are assigned advisors for help with academic planning and have access to career development services
  • Online library's resources and services are available
  • Online tutorial services are available 24 hours a day every day
Type of Institute:

Private, not-for-profit

Scholarships Offered:

A few of the scholarships that the university offers to those who qualify include:

  • Michael Rogich WorldWide Endowed Scholarship
  • Center for Online Learning (COL) Endowed Scholarship
Please visit the school website for more information.
15
Franklin University, Columbus, OH+
Percent Receiving Financial Aid
58%
Retention Rate
20%
No. of Online Programs
50
Tuition Fees
$12,216
Program Offered:

Online Bachelor's of Science in Healthcare Management. The program features practical components that include case studies, simulations, application of quality and performance measurement tools, and field assignments related to real-world healthcare management situations

Flexibility:
  • Fully online program
  • Programs are offered over three trimesters each year with several start dates within each trimester
  • Classes are self-paced with deadlines set in advance for class assignments. Some instructors may request logging in at a certain time to participate in live discussion sessions with peers
Quality Factors:
  • Franklin University is a SARA-approved institution
  • It is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission
Credit Hours:
  • A total of 120 credit hours
  • The university accepts a maximum of 94 transfer credits from programs with a grade of C or higher from previously attended institutions
Differentiators:
  • Certain electives from the university electives requirement are grouped into specific focus areas to help students gain industry specific knowledge. Recommended focus areas are emergency management and homeland security, human resource management, operations and supply chain management, risk management and insurance, public health and public administration
  • The university recognizes credits transferred from a previously attended institution, as well as those earned through testing and examinations, military and professional experience, training programs or prior learning portfolio evaluation
  • Each student is assigned a personal academic advisor to help develop and achieve academic goals
  • Tutoring services, testing services, test review and skill building workshops, structured learning assistance and career development services are available at no additional cost
  • Access to print and online scholarly materials and research help from the university library
Type of Institute:

Private, not-for-profit

Scholarships Offered:
  • Franklin University Endowed Scholarship
  • Florence Allen Scholarship for Women
Scholarships are awarded to only those who qualify. Visit the school website for more information.
16
SUNY College of Technology at Canton, Canton, NY+
Percent Receiving Financial Aid
96%
Retention Rate
77%
No. of Online Programs
13
Tuition Fees
$6,670
Program Offered:

Online Bachelor's of Science in Healthcare Management. The program features practical components that include case studies, simulations, application of quality and performance measurement tools, and field assignments related to real-world healthcare management situations

Flexibility:
  • Fully online program
  • Asynchronous online classes
  • Students also may choose to attend on-site classes, or some combination of online and on-site classes
Quality Factors:
  • SUNY College of Technology, Canton is a SARA-approved institution
  • It is regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Differentiators:
  • A variety of electives on offer are related to business, information technology, dental hygiene, legal studies, physical therapy and many more are available to students
  • Students have the option of completing an internship in the final semester allowing them to build relationships and network with industry professionals while completing their education.
  • The college accepts credits transferred from a previously attended institution, earned through testing and examinations, relevant life experience and military training or experience
  • The Southworth Library Learning Commons gives online students access to scholarly resources such as ebooks, databases as well as research assistance from librarians
  • Academic advising, testing services, career development services and online tutoring services are available
Credit Hours:
  • A minimum of 120 credit hours
  • The college accepts transfer credits from previously attended institutions for programs in which the student achieved a grade of C or higher
Type of Institute:

Public

Scholarships Offered:

Please note that the scholarships are awarded to only those who qualify. Visit the website to see the complete list.

  • SUNY Canton Foundation Scholarships
  • Upromise Scholarship
  • SUNYFAP Aspirations Scholarship
17
Reinhardt University, Waleska, GA+
Percent Receiving Financial Aid
96%
Retention Rate
59%
No. of Online Programs
2
Tuition Fees
$21,522
Program Offered:

Online Bachelor's of Healthcare Administration. The program aims to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the healthcare delivery system in the United States, examine the features and requirements of healthcare organizations and address the skills and knowledge a manager in the field would require

Flexibility:
  • Fully online program
  • Program commences in May and August
  • Full-time students take two classes every eight weeks. Students may also enroll part-time.
  • Full-time students may complete the program in as little as 16 months
Credit Hours:
  • A total of 120 credit hours
  • The university accepts a maximum of 80 credit hours transferred from previously attended institutions for programs in which the student achieved a grade of C or higher
Differentiators:
  • Option of completing either an internship or a case study as a capstone project is available
  • Student success coaches assigned to online students guide them towards achieving their academic goals
  • Online students can also avail of interactive wellness and prevention programs
Type of Institute:

Private, not-for-profit

Quality Factors:
  • Reinhardt University is a SARA-approved institution
  • It is regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges
Scholarships Offered:

A few of the scholarships the university offers are:

  • HOPE Scholarship
  • Cherokee County Grant
  • Honors Scholarship
Please note that scholarships are awarded to eligible students only. Visit the school website for complete details.
18
Montana State University-Billings, Billings, MT+
Percent Receiving Financial Aid
89%
Retention Rate
57%
No. of Online Programs
17
Tuition Fees
$4,397
Program Offered:

Online Bachelor’s of Science in Health Administration. The program aims to help students develop competencies in the areas of general management, health leadership, health industry and health policy, communication and critical thinking

Flexibility:
  • Fully online program
  • The academic year consists of fall and spring semesters
  • Students may have deadlines for homework and testing or may require online chats or discussions
Quality Factors:
  • Montana State University Billings is a SARA-approved institution
  • The university is regionally accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
Credit Hours:
  • A total of 120 credit hours
  • The university accepts credits transferred from previously attended accredited institutions
Differentiators:
  • Electives on offer are health behavior theories, principles of organizational communication and sociology of health and medicine
  • The program includes a capstone project and an internship where students may apply their knowledge and gain hands-on experience
  • Online tutoring services from the Academic Support Center
Type of Institute:

Public

Scholarships Offered:

Various university scholarships may be available for students who qualify. A few of these are:

  • MSU Billings Scholarship Application
  • Chancellor's Excellence Scholarship for Freshmen
  • Yellowjacket Excellence Program
  • Western Undergraduate Exchange Scholarship
Visit the school website for complete details.
19
Immaculata University, Immaculata, PA+
Percent Receiving Financial Aid
100%
Retention Rate
78%
No. of Online Programs
11
Tuition Fees
$26,500
Program Offered:

Online Bachelor's of Science in Healthcare Management. The program helps enhance the management skills of both current healthcare professionals and individuals who seek to transition into the healthcare industry.

Flexibility:
  • Fully online program
  • Offered in a cohort-based accelerated program format
Quality Factors:
  • Immaculata University is a SARA-approved institution
  • It is regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Credit Hours:
  • A minimum of 126 credit hours
  • A maximum of 72 credits from programs with a grade of C or higher may be transferred from previously attended institutions
Differentiators:
  • Immaculata University is a Catholic academic community that offers a faith-based liberal arts education with an emphasis on service
  • The program is cohort-based program where students work with the support of classmates and a personal research advisor
Type of Institute:

Private, not-for-profit

Scholarships Offered:
  • Academic Scholarships
  • The Wall Memorial Scholarship
  • W.W. Smith Foundation Grants
The scholarships are awarded to only those who qualify. Please visit the school website for more information.
20
Northwood University, Midland, MI+
Percent Receiving Financial Aid
100%
Retention Rate
73%
No. of Online Programs
16
Tuition Fees
$24,770
Program Offered:

Online Bachelor's of Business Administration in Healthcare Management. Students may be given a strong focus on critical healthcare topics and different aspects of healthcare business operations, such as economics, accounting and financial management as well as organizational behavior, legal and ethical case studies, leadership and total quality management

Flexibility:
  • Fully online program
  • Asynchronous
Quality Factors:
  • Northwood University is a SARA-approved institution
  • It is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission
  • The program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs
Credit Hours:
  • A total of 123 credit hours
  • The university accepts transfer credits from previously attended institutions for programs in which the student achieved a grade of C or higher
Differentiators:
  • Electives related to the fields of natural science, mathematics, psychology, sociology and more may be available to students to choose from
  • Students may complete a capstone project on industry trends and an internship consisting of supervised on-the-job training
  • A maximum of 30 credits may be awarded to students through testing and examinations and for prior learning and experience
  • Each student is assigned an advisor for academic guidance
Type of Institute:

Private, not-for-profit

Scholarships Offered:

These are just a few of the scholarships the university offers to those who qualify:

  • Freshmen Merit Scholarship
  • Don Foss NU Annual Scholarship
  • The Patricia and Robert Naegele Competitive Scholarship
Please visit the school website for more details.

A bachelor's degree is often the minimum degree required to work at many larger healthcare facilities. The table below lists the occupations related to the field of healthcare administration along with how much you can make and the estimated job growth using data from the BLS.

Healthcare Administrators
Average Salary
$113,730
Projected Job Openings
42,200
Projected Job Growth
18%
Healthcare administrators are typically in charge of improving overall efficiency and quality in delivering healthcare services. These professionals often work closely with physicians, surgeons and registered nurses, among others, to manage an entire facility or a specific department. Thus, they ensure the work is up to date and compliant with laws and regulations.Healthcare administrators typically need at least a bachelor\'s degree to enter the occupation, which is projected to grow 20 percent by 2026. States with the highest employment level for healthcare administrators include California (employment: 34510; annual mean wage: $125,770), Texas (employment: 30,010; annual mean wage: $105,450) and New York (employment: 25,830; annual mean wage: $143,030) as stated by the BLS.
Health Information Managers
Average Salary
$113,730
Projected Job Openings
42,200
Projected Job Growth
18%
Health information managers are usually responsible for documenting patients’ health information, such as their medical history, symptoms, examination and test results, and treatments. They work in wide variety of settings, from hospitals to government agencies to insurance companies. A high school diploma and previous experience in a healthcare setting may be sufficient to qualify for some positions, but most jobs in this field require postsecondary education. According to the BLS, employment of health information managers is projected to grow 13 percent by 2026, with California having the highest employment level in this occupation (employment: 21,970; annual mean wage: $51,880) followed by Texas (employment: 17,210; annual mean wage: $41,950) and Florida (employment: 13,750; annual mean wage: $41,340).
Source: 2018 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2016-26 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

Healthcare administrators may wear a number of hats and carry out a number of different duties. They may be in charge of hiring employees, overseeing daily work schedules, purchasing expensive equipment or even representing their facility at investor meetings.

Step 1: Needed prerequisites:

Due to the varied nature of their work, healthcare administrators need to be organized individuals with an eye for detail. Employers are likely looking for candidates with the ability to communicate effectively, lead as well as take direction. The College Board suggests that prospective students interested in this field volunteer at a medical facility to see if a career as a healthcare administrator may be right for you.

Step 2: Education / work experience required:

While you may qualify for entry-level jobs with a bachelor's degree in healthcare administration, the BLS states that master's degrees may be preferred by some employers. Master's degree programs in healthcare administration may take around a year or two of full-time study apart from up to a year of supervised work experience.

Certifications

Certifications may not be mandatory but many employers can prefer hiring candidates who hold professional certifications in healthcare administration. They can help you demonstrate competency in the field and build credibility in the eyes of medical boards, practitioners and the public. The certifications you may be eligible for can depend on your work experience and the degree you hold. Some certifications you may be eligible for after you earn an accredited online bachelor's degree in healthcare administration include:

  • Certified Medical Manager (CMM)
  • Certified in Healthcare Human Resources (CHHR)
  • Certified Healthcare Facility Manager (CHFM)

Continuing education: Most certifications require you to pass a rigorous examination and you may be required to renew them on a periodic basis through continuing education courses and examinations.

Licensure

A license is typically not required to be able to work as a healthcare administrator. However, the BLS notes that all states require nursing home administrators with most states requiring that nursing home administrators to hold a bachelor's degree in addition to passing a national licensing exam. Many states require long term care administrators to hold a license, as well as pass a state exam. Some healthcare administrator positions, such as that of a nurse administrator, may require you to hold a registered nurse license. Students are advised to check with their college program advisors.

According to the BLS, employment is expected to grow in the offices of health practitioners because many of the services provided by hospitals may shift to these settings due to technological advantages. This may create demand for medical and health services managers who are typically required to organize and incorporate electronic health records across areas of the healthcare industry. Explore the table below to know more about the states and metropolitan areas with the highest employment level and salaries for health and services manager.

By States
By Metropolitan
StateEmploymentAnual Mean Wage
New York25,830$143,030
Massachusetts15,380$133,900
Maryland11,210$127,080
California34,510$125,770
Illinois14,050$121,900
New Jersey11,260$116,750
Michigan11,960$111,780
Texas30,010$105,450
Ohio14,760$101,390
Pennsylvania16,410$97,310
MetropolitanEmploymentAnual Mean Wage
New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA27,490$141,580
Boston-Cambridge-Nashua, MA-NH12,120$140,700
Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV9,590$132,080
Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI10,640$127,190
Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, FL5,450$125,740
Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA12,470$120,140
Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, AZ5,670$118,110
Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TX7,340$117,830
Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE-MD8,500$109,740
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX8,780$103,430

As technology advances, the demand for tech-savvy healthcare administrators is likely to rise. Candidates with a master's degree may have better prospects as they can be eligible for middle and senior level managerial positions with more experience in the industry. Doctoral degrees may be ideal for individuals who wish to get into high-level policy making roles or research. However, it's important to remember that doctoral degrees do take a considerable amount of commitment as they can take anything between three to seven years to earn.

Sources
Methodology:

To be included in our rankings for the top colleges for online degrees in healthcare administration by degree level all colleges had to meet the following 4 requirements:

  1. Offer a bachelor's degree in that subject, either in an online or hybrid format
  2. Have at least 1% of students attending some form of distance education
  3. Have awarded at least one bachelor's degree in that subject in 2016-17
  4. Have reported data for all 19 ranking variables for bachelor's and 11 ranking variables for master's (listed below)

We then ranked 115 colleges and universities in the United States that fit our criteria, using 2016-17 data from the National Center for Education Statistics and the weights specified. We then scored the final list of colleges by degree level on a 100-point scale using these specific data points:

  1. Bachelor's Program prominence, based on how many of the degrees and certificates awarded via distance education in 2016-2017 were in this particular subject
  2. Ratio of undergraduate students participating fully or partially in DE to Total Enrollment
  3. Average in-state tuition for undergraduates
  4. Retention rate
  5. Percent of undergraduate students awarded federal, state, local, institutional or other sources of grant aid
  6. Average amount of federal, state, local, institutional, or other sources of grant aid awarded to undergraduate students
  7. Student-to-faculty ratio
  8. Variety of Programs, based on the number of similar topics for programs in relevant CIP codes that are offered via distance education at any level
  9. Total electronic library collections, including digital books, databases, and media
  10. The availability of any tuition plans: Payment
  11. The availability of any tuition plans: Guaranteed
  12. The availability of any tuition plans: Prepaid
  13. The availability of any tuition plans: Other
  14. Services: Academic/Career
  15. Placement for Completers
  16. Credit offerings: Dual
  17. Credit offerings: Life
  18. Credit offerings: AP
  19. Credit offerings: Military
Sources:
      Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
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