Ohio University

Bachelor of Science in Health

The long-term health care administration program prepares students for a multifaceted profession that focuses on nursing home administration, residential care/assisted living facilities, and home and community-based services. Ohio University’s long-term health care administration program is accredited by the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB). Professional licensure is required in most states to operate a nursing facility, therefore students should be prepared to sit for both state and federal boards’ exams after completing degree requirements. The long-term health care administration program offers graduates the academic preparation necessary to sit for the licensing boards exams.

For more information on the degree requirements, please check out the course catalog.