Health Care Management – Bachelor's Degree
Allied health disciplines comprise 10 of the 20 fastest growing occupations, reports the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Demand for health care managers is projected to increase nationally by 16 percent through 2018.
In Pennsylvania, it is estimated that openings for medical and health services managers will increase by 13,190 positions by 2014.
To meet the needs of working adults like you, the bachelor’s degree in health care management combines online and face-to-face delivery of courses. You’ll graduate with highly appreciated, in-demand skills that health care employers are looking for, including leadership; business ethics; supervision and employee management; critical thinking; employee training and education; financial operations; business writing; and human resources.