Careers for Medical and Health Services Managers, Public Health Professionals, and Clinical Data Managers are expected to grow 8 percent or higher, which is much faster than average, through the year 2029.1
With a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration (BSHA) from Bryan University, you’ll gain a unique competitive edge and prepare for a fulfilling career in one of the fastest-growing industries.
More than ever before, the healthcare and public health sectors need skilled administrators, managers, and analysts who have the right skills to improve the patient experience, enhance population health, and reduce healthcare costs.
Earning your bachelor’s degree now means you’ll be ready for the jobs of the future.
As a graduate of the bachelor’s degree program, you’ll have the advanced knowledge and skillset to be job-ready for a variety of career opportunities such as:
Healthcare information systems managers and public health professionals have a range of career opportunities with employers who need college-educated professionals to manage operations, provide analysis, and improve health outcomes. Examples of these employers include:
At Bryan University, we give you a clear pathway to these exciting career opportunities, so that you’re ready to make your next career move as soon as you graduate.
Designed by industry experts and developed in collaboration with our distinguished Board of Advisors, the Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration (BSHA) provides you a broad range of skills and focuses on connecting you to the industry with simulated real-world experiences. Your professors will include healthcare specialists, administrators, data analysts, public health experts, and industry professionals.
Additionally, since the Bryan University BSHA program is aligned with current competencies required by the modern healthcare marketplace and public health sector, you can be assured of learning the skills employers demand. Upon graduation, you’ll be immediately prepared for the job market.
In today’s data-driven healthcare and public health environment, college graduates must be equipped with the right technology skills, data analysis tools, and leadership knowledge. As a Bryan University BSHA student, you’ll learn from faculty who have real-world experience and build the vital skills that employers need such as:
All books and courseware are included in the program tuition!
In addition to the specialized skills noted above, students of the Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Administration can choose from one of the following two concentrations to gain a deeper level of expertise:
Our dynamic experiential learning model contains cutting-edge curriculum combined with computer-based learning tools, allowing you to learn smarter and retain more. You’ll receive a personalized learning experience, which includes:
If you earned an associate degree from another school, we’ll likely accept your degree for up to 60 semester credits towards the Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Administration at Bryan U, which is equivalent to completing half of the bachelor’s degree. Also, Bryan U graduates of the Associate Degree in Health Information Management receive 60 semester credits towards the Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Administration. Contact us today and our registrar’s department can assist you.
The Healthcare Administration Bachelor of Science completion program with concentrations in Health Information Management Systems and Public Health is designed to prepare students for positions that manage and use the release of protected healthcare data and the staff performing these functions in healthcare organizations. The program focuses on the skills related to health care administration, revenue cycle management, and data management which will prepare the student for employment in a variety of healthcare organizations. Bryan University delivers this program through dynamic, adaptive, experiential learning that included personalized instruction and coaching.
This program prepares students for a deeper understanding of the concepts and theories associated with Healthcare Administration and will be able to:
Graduates of the core Healthcare Administration program possess strong data management skills and have a basic understanding of healthcare policy and management. Students wanting a deeper understanding of health information management systems or public health must choose one of the following elective program concentrations:
Health Information Management Systems Elective Concentration
Health Information Management Systems elective concentration dives deeper into data analysis and entry, review of data, usage of multiple systems and applications to validate data is complete and accurate, and investigation and resolution of data issues. The goal of this concentration is to equip students with a deeper knowledge of database administration and its implementation in application systems.
Public Health Elective Concentration
Public Health Management Systems elective concentration builds upon planning, developing, implementing electronic health records to capture community health and focuses on policy, systems, and evaluating healthcare programs. The goal of this program is to develop a greater understanding about the use of terminologies and classifications to abstract and report data, policy and regulatory considerations and other goals to improve health.