Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a Concentration in Healthcare Management
Sullivan’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a Concentration in Health Care Management offers a solid foundation in the basics of business with a specific focus on the healthcare industry. Students in the on-campus and online healthcare management degree program will gain a well-rounded understanding of business operations including accounting, business law and ethics, management, economics, financial management, information systems, conflict management and marketing, in addition to issues specifically related to the healthcare sector.
The Health Care Management concentration of Sullivan’s Business Administration bachelor’s degree prepares graduates for business careers in the healthcare field. Specific healthcare coursework includes basic principles of healthcare administration, legal and compliance issues, healthcare financial principles and a senior seminar in healthcare administration.
- Our instructors bring years of business experience to the classroom, in addition to impressive academic credentials. Not only will students be exposed to the textbook theories that provide the fundamental skills needed for success, they’ll also benefit from the knowledge of professors who have worked in business and can make the fundamental skills relate to real life.
- Our program promotes student success by focusing on engagement between faculty and students and encouraging students to use critical thinking to solve problems.
- Upper division classes can be taken during the day, evenings, weekends and online.
Those successful in the health care management career are detail-oriented people who are also service-oriented. They have inquisitive minds and are interested in lifelong learning.
Length: 18 months beyond the associate degree
Completion of the Associate Degree or its equivalent (see the Undergraduate Admissions section of the catalog for a description of Sullivan's 2 + 2 programs).
Time length for program completion will vary depending upon the number of courses taken per term, developmental courses when required, transfer credit accepted, lack of continuous enrollment, etc.
General Studies Electives - Students must choose four additional General Education classes; at least one from the Natural Sciences/Mathematics category, one from the Social/Behavioral Sciences Category,one from the Humanities/Fine Arts category and one from any category. These classes are in addition to the required General Education classes listed in the program.
Free Electives - Elective classes are selected in consultation with the student’s faculty advisor to balance the program in keeping with the student’s personal objectives or associate degree.