Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration and Analytics

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Expanding Careers
With a Bachelor’s Degree from Bryan University in Healthcare Administration and Analytics, you’ll gain a unique skillset and prepare for a fulfilling career in a growing industry.

Careers for Medical and Health Services Managers are on the rise. Jobs are expected to grow through the year 2026 at a rate of 10-14%—that’s faster than average compared to all occupations.1

Also, from 2007 to 2012, postings for health informatics jobs have increased 10 times faster than health care jobs overall. Research suggests that there will be a significant shortage of healthcare analytics workers by the year 2018.2 According to DHR International, a global staffing firm: “The use of business analytics brings enormous benefits to companies, but when it comes to analytics talent, there is a critical mismatch between supply and demand.” 3

Without question, there’s a big data revolution occurring in healthcare. More than ever before, the healthcare industry needs skilled administrators and analysts who have the ability to manage, evaluate, analyze and report healthcare data to improve the patient experience, improve population health and reduce healthcare costs.

Earning your degree now means you’ll be ready for the jobs of the future.

Attractive Career Opportunities
As a graduate of the Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Administration and Analytics, career opportunities may include:

  • Healthcare Data Analyst
  • Healthcare Quality Improvement Analyst
  • Healthcare Business Analyst
  • Healthcare Reporting Analyst
  • Healthcare Administrator
  • Assistant Healthcare Administrator
  • Health Information Manager
  • Health Informatics Specialist
  • Medical Informaticist
  • Health Information Management Technician

Diverse Employers
Healthcare administrators, managers and analysts may seek career opportunities with employers who need college-educated professionals to analyze data to support managing daily operations and improving outcomes. Examples of these employers may include:

  • Ambulatory care facilities
  • Hospitals
  • Nursing homes and long term care facilities
  • Rehabilitation centers
  • Group medical and physicians’ practices
  • Insurance companies
  • Health information vendors
  • College health settings

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.


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1See Also see the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2016-17 Edition, Medical Records and Health Information Technicians, on the Internet at
2See CNBC article titled: Filling the Skills Gap: Health Care Looks for More Data Workers, published May 2013,
3See article titled: Data Analytics and the Talent Gap, published August 2014,
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