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Health Services Administration B.A.S. Degree

  • Notice to Transient Students


    Please be advised that all students, including transient students, are required to adhere to the HSA Program Handbook, the HSA-APA Style Guide and SPC Academic Honesty Policy. These documents are available for review in every HSA, HSC, and HUS core course.

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  • BAS iconIf you have previous training in a health field and want to move up in your career, our Health Services Administration bachelor’s degree can be your ticket. Designed to prepare you for career advancement or entry-level managerial positions, this degree offers specialized concentrations depending on your background. The final semester-long capstone course integrates your career interests.


    • Classes are offered online
    • Courses are offered in 8-week sessions (except the 15-week capstone experience)
    • Final semester capstone course integrates your career interests


    • Management
    • Public Relations and Marketing
    • Compliance and Security
    • Human Services
    • Respiratory Care  

    You Will Gain

    • A broad-based knowledge of health care delivery systems
    • A better understanding of health care policies, ethics and current issues
    • Effective communication, leadership and critical thinking skills
    • An overview of strategic health management and planning
  • Careers

    As a medical and health services manager, you plan, direct and coordinate medical and health services, either through managing an entire facility, a specific clinical area or a medical practice for a group of physicians. Careers include:

    • Entry-level Hospital Department Manager 
    • Coordinator or supervisor in a health care facility or human services agency
    • Sales representative
    • Educator
    • Consultant
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