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The Health Care Management Bachelor of Science program at Harrison College has been crafted to empower you to work toward becoming a leader in the health care field.
We intend to assist you in making positive changes in your life while learning relevant skills that will help you serve your patients in many areas of health care.
If you are an outgoing, detail-oriented, analytical thinker who has a passion for improving the quality of health care for patients, the Health Care Management Bachelor’s Degree program could fit your personality and give you an advantage in reaching your career goals.
Health care managers are well-versed in accounting, marketing, finance, law and management, and they use this knowledge to lead health care teams in providing quality patient care. Critical thinking, problem solving and research are all skills that health care managers use on a daily basis. Duties generally include running facilities, hiring doctors and staff, developing or obtaining state-of-the-art facilities and medical equipment and controlling budgets and finances.
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If you are looking for a way to put your leadership and health care experience to work or if you are interested in advancing your career in the health care field, a bachelor’s degree in health care management can help you achieve your goals. Health care management courses taught at Harrison help prepare you for various responsibilities in a professional work environment.
Bachelor’s degree-holders in health care management gain education and experience in:
Find more information about health care management from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Online health sciences degrees are available at Harrison in health care management, medical assisting, medical reimbursement technology and the RN-BSN program.
Visit the online programs page for more information about earning a health sciences degree online.
Health care managers make an average of $90,940 annually and employment is projected to grow 22 percent or higher from 2012-2022, according to O*Net. The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that this growth is much faster than the average for all occupations, and they describe the reason for the growth, saying, “As the large baby-boom population ages and people remain active later in life, the health care industry as a whole will increase in the demand for medical services.”
This means that you have the opportunity to become the next great employee in the medical services field, and we can help you achieve that goal.
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