Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration
The Health Services Administration (HSA) program focuses on preparing students for entry-level management positions in hospitals, long-term care facilities, managed care organizations, voluntary health services agencies, social service agencies or government and public health to mention just a few. Blending business techniques and tools with health care applications and principles, students are taught to deal with complex organizational structures and associated business complexities.
Opportunities Upon Graduation
Possible fields for graduates include: health information, nursing home administration, clinical site management, government agency support, and long term health care.
The health services industry is one of the largest employers in America, and the employment of health services managers is expected to grow faster than the average for all occupations through 2010 as health services continue to grow and diversify.
Starting salaries for entry level health services managers average close to $30,000 per year, median earnings exceed $56,000 per year, and senior managers can earn over $100,000.
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