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Healthcare Administration

Bachelor of Arts | On-Campus

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Innovate healthcare

Gain the skills to excel in a growing field

Versatile and valuable, a degree in Healthcare Administration prepares students for an in-demand and growing profession. Healthcare is a large and complex system. In this program, students will learn to navigate healthcare services and build marketable business skills. Through internships with community partners, students will gain hands-on experience and become part of a network of healthcare professionals.

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Career Outcomes

Where a Healthcare Administration degree can take you

Students in HNU’s Healthcare Administration program build skills in budgeting, finance, human resources, management, and marketing to work as administrators in hospitals, nursing homes, health insurance companies, and other organizations that deliver healthcare services.

  • Clinic Manager

    Fertility Clinic

  • Health Information Manager

    Health Insurance Company

  • Healthcare Consultant

    Hospital

Student Experience

Learning Outcomes

• Identify the complex economic and organizational contexts within healthcare services.
• Critically analyze and synthesize evidence-based healthcare research.
• Demonstrate effective written and oral communication within healthcare systems.
• Develop a professional identity.
• Demonstrate ethical decision-making within the healthcare field.

Facts & Figures

Why HNU?

100%

All of our full-time undergraduate students receive financial assistance from Holy Names.

84%

84% of students consider their HNU advisor their mentor.

10:1

Student to Faculty Ratio

A program sneak preview

Sample courses

Here are just a few of the courses you may take.

Nursing Informatics

Explore how to effectively and efficiently use technology to identify, collect, process, and manage healthcare information.

Organizational Behavior

Study human behavior within organizations and examine the impact of organizations on individuals and groups.

Fundamentals of Care Management

Build a foundational understanding of the importance of human interaction in a variety of social service and healthcare settings.