Why should I pursue a B.S. in Health Care Administration?
Health care is in dire need of individuals who can coordinate care, manage finances, maintain compliance, and supervise staff. The job outlook is projected to be much faster than average, with 17% growth expected through 2024. According the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 56,000 medical and health service manager positions are expected to be created by 2024.
At Regis, our online B.S. in Health Care Administration was recently ranked #8 in the country by CollegeChoice (2016) and can help you meet that demand in as little as 24-30 months.
With our flexible online format and small class sizes, you can advance your education while keeping your full-time job.
Is a Bachelor’s in Health Care Administration for me?
Do you have a head for business and a desire to serve others? The B.S. in HCA from Regis will prepare you with the necessary analytical, leadership, communication and technical skills you’ll need in a management position. You’ll go on to improve patient care and the employee experience.
Who should enroll in our online health care administration program? Most students typically:
- Have some working experience in business or health care
- Have great organizational skills
- Are detail-oriented
- Seek opportunities to help others
- Thrive in a fast-paced work environment
What will I learn in Regis’ HCA program?
As you work toward your HCA degree, you’ll learn about:
- Health care policy
- Health care delivery systems
- Strategic and project management
- Health care information systems
You’ll also complete a capstone project and a hands-on internship in areas such as hospital accounting, marketing or public relations. Our courses are 100 percent online and allow you to log in when it’s convenient for you to complete assignments. You’ll have flexibility in choosing core courses with the help of your academic advisor.
Is Regis’ HCA program accredited?
Regis University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC), one of six regional higher education institutional accreditors in the United States and a member of the North Central Association.
What class formats are available?
Our B. S. in Health Care Administration degree is 100 percent online. Whether you have a full-time job or just a busy schedule, you can plan your studies around your workday. No campus visits are required for online students, but we encourage you to celebrate your graduation in person!
When do HCA classes start at Regis University?
Courses are offered in blended eight-week terms that begin in:
Meet our health care administration faculty
Tristen Amador, Ph.D., MSW, Director, Health Services Education, Associate Professor
Mike Fisher, DBA, FACMPE
Paul Rosser, Ph.D., Assistant Professor