Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Program Overview
The Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Healthcare Management is a degree completion program designed to prepare you to influence and lead in the global business economy. Coursework is structured to assist you in achieving your goals as you acquire the knowledge and skills common to healthcare professionals working in hospitals, long-term care facilities, insurance companies, managed-care organizations, pharmaceutical companies, or one of the many other healthcare-related industries.
The goal of the Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Healthcare Management is to help you advance your business background while building your understanding of the healthcare industry, including the environment of care, performance improvement, risk assessment and managing diverse workforces in healthcare. The program will help you acquire a strong business background to address common legal and practical problems facing patients, their families, practitioners, care givers and society within the healthcare industry. Business fundamentals are approached from a Christian perspective and complemented by in-depth study and application of knowledge and skills focused on healthcare. As a graduate of this program you will become a valuable asset to your current organization and a more attractive candidate to any potential employer.
Acceptance to the Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Healthcare Management completion degree is based on each applicant’s educational background, professional experience, and potential. Standardized test scores are not required and applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Generally, a minimum high school and undergraduate grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale, or a demonstrated ability (typically a combination of academic and professional achievement) to succeed in an undergraduate program meets the minimum incoming academic requirement. A student must enter the program with at least 45 transferable credits from a regionally accredited or approved nationally accredited institution. Applications can be completed online.