The Healthcare Administration major prepares graduates as leaders in healthcare organizations and endeavors to prepare graduates for career advancement, lifelong learning, and graduate education.
The Healthcare Administration major (Bachelor of Science) emphasizes the development of knowledge and skill in healthcare management, leadership, education, research, and practice. The required courses, along with the required general education curriculum, will prepare graduates to advance in leadership roles within healthcare organizations or within their own specific allied health discipline. Learn more about HCA in the program overview.
HCA Major Tracks
The HCA General Track is applicable to all undergraduate students interested in healthcare careers.
The clinical track is available only to students having completed an applicable associate’s degree in Respiratory Care, Radiologic Technology, Medical Laboratory Technology, or a certified or licensed healthcare discipline deemed applicable by the School of Health Sciences.