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Trine University's Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration assists those new to healthcare as well as working professionals seeking academic or work advancement. 

The Experience

As a student in the online Healthcare Administration program, you will earn application-based knowledge as well as an understanding of the history, current state and future of healthcare delivery. You will explore the  delivery system of today and focus on the application of concepts in healthcare leadership. Choose from one of the four tracks for this degree: information systems, organizational leadership, communication or healthcare specialty.

The Results

As a graduate of the Healthcare Administration program, you will be prepared for supervisory, managerial, director or executive-level positions. Employment opportunities include hospital/acute care, long-term care, physician office practices, home health and hospices, pharmaceutical industry, medical insurance, government healthcare agencies, veteran’s administration and military.

When you complete this degree program, you will be job-ready for many levels of healthcare leadership and well-prepared to advance into a graduate degree program, including Trine University's Lou Holtz Master of Science in Organizational Leadership and Master of Business Administration programs.

 

Additional Information

Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration degree requires 120 credit hours.

General Education - 42 credit hours

ENG 103 English Composition I
ENG 113 English Composition II
SP 203 Effective Speaking
ECO 353 Healthcare Regulations
COM 233 Intercultural Communications
PHL 353 Ethical Issues in Medical Care
PSY 113 Principles of Psychology
MA 113 College Algebra
MA 253 Statistics
BIO 163 Medical Terminology
BA 213 Advanced Spreadsheets for Business
COM 213 Business Communications
General Education Elective - 3 credit hours

Program Core – 30 credit hours

CSIT 123 Infrastructure Basics
HC 203 US and World Healthcare Systems
HC 213 Healthcare Market Analysis
HC 313 Professional Relationships
HC 323 Technology and Clinical Systems
HC 363 Information System Strategies
HC 433 Applied Finance and Revenue Cycle
HC 463 Effective Quality Management
HC 473 Healthcare Capstone
HR 343 Healthcare Human Resources Management

Additional requirements – 33 credit hours

UE 111 Online Learning Orientation
BA 201 Professional Development & Strategies
CSIT 103 Introduction to Information Systems or Computer
or Computer Literacy
Electives – 28 credit hours

Choose one of the following professional tracks – 15 credit hours

Information Systems

CSIT 163 Using Programming to Solve Problems
CSIT 253 Artificial Intelligence and Information
CSIT 223 Network Management
INF 263 Data Management
INF 343 Information Security

Organizational Leadership

LDR 103 Introduction to Organizational Leadership
LDR 203 Leadership Strengths and Skills
LDR 333 Leadership Development and Change
LDR 343 Conflict Resolution
LDR 403 Creativity, Innovation and Influence

Healthcare Specialty

Healthcare Specialty – 15 credit hours

Communication

COM 153 Principles Public Relations
COM 243 Digital Media Creation
COM 253 Event Planning and Promotion
COM 353 Public Relations Writing and Production
COM 413 Corporate and Organizational Communication

For a complete description of the above requirements, please go to the Course Catalog.

TrineOnline is an entirely online format which allows you to complete your degree in the comfort of your home and, for international students, home country. With new classes starting every eight weeks, you can complete your degree in as little as a year, or at a slower pace if you want.
We offer an affordable education for active duty military students working on their undergraduate degree. Please see our Cost and Investment page for more information.
Information about tuition can be found at Cost and Investment.

Contact TrineOnline:

877-701-3343
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