Healthcare Management, BS
A Career in Healthcare Leadership Begins Here
The Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management from Nebraska Methodist College prepares individuals to make a difference from an administrative perspective.
Healthcare continues to evolve, and today's students require an advanced set of business skills in order to effectively manage clinical and non-clinical settings. The healthcare field provides a wide array of career paths for those who appreciate the fast-paced nature of the industry but who feel that they could make a larger impact within an organizational leadership role.
In order meet the multi-faceted nature of the healthcare world, this Healthcare Management-BS degree offers five different majors depending on your interests. Select from:
- Healthcare Administration
- Community Health
As opposed to other degrees that require clinical rotations and intensive medical procedural training, the BS in Healthcare Management provides a traditional curriculum that enables you to fully understand and excel within the inner workings of clinics, private practices, hospitals and other allied health systems. Through a combination of online and on-campus coursework, you'll earn the skills needed to combine compassion and approachibility with successful managerial techniques.
Healthcare Management Program Info
- Bachelor of Science degree in healthcare management can be completed in four years (eight semesters) of full-time study
- Program is delivered through a combination of online and on-campus coursework
- Taught by faculty members with extensive experience in their fields
- Opportunity to transition immediately into the MBA in Healthcare program upon graduation
Healthcare Management Salary & Job Outlook
Healthcare manager/administrator salary ranges will vary by experience, education, level of responsibilities, location and many other variables. The Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates the U. S. median salary in May 2015 for Medical and Health Services Managers was $94,500 per year, with a much faster than average job growth rate of 17 percent between 2014 and 2024.
To be successful with your online healthcare management courses, you should have a basic understanding of computers and the internet. Read more about the minimum knowledge and hardware requisites on our Online Technology Requirements page.
Master's Degree Option
If you already possess a Bachelor's degree, we also offer an online Master of Business Administration in Healthcare that builds upon the knowledge developed in the BS in Healthcare Management program.