Health Care Administration – Bachelor of Science
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- Students can gain knowledge of health care policies and operations and management skills.
- Graduates of the Health Care Administration (HCA) program at Brookline College will be prepared to function in leadership positions in various medical office settings such as hospitals, clinics, doctor’s offices, or medical device companies requiring skills in administration, record keeping, quality management, human resources management, medical law and ethics, and communication.
- Program Features:
- Live online virtual lectures you can attend with classmates.
- Support of a live faculty member.
- All lectures are recorded for you to review later.
- Traditional classroom feel with the safety and flexibility of online.
- Courses are taught by instructors with real world experience in the field.
- The Health Care Administration field is projected to grow 18% nationally between 2016-2026, which is much faster than the national average. (1)
- There are 72,100 projected job openings nationally between 2016-2026. (1)
- Nursing Homes
- Physician’s Offices
What Classes will I Take?
- Medical Terminology
- Health Care Organizations
- Health Care Marketing and Customer Service
What are typical class hours?
- Brookline’s program is designed to let you go to school on your time, not according to a class schedule. Our online degree program is flexible and puts you at the center of your education.
- You can be full-time or part-time, whichever works for your schedule.
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120 CREDITS – 1860 CONTACT HOURS – 120 WEEKS (BLENDED) – 130 WEEKS (ONLINE)
The objective of this program is to provide knowledge related to health care policy and operations, as well as
management skills that can be applied in the complex health services sector. Course work includes practical and
traditional areas of health care such as medical terminology, medical office management, types of health care
organizations and administrative functions, as well as more theoretical and contemporary subjects like public policy,
human resource management, organizational behavior, and business strategy in health care. Additionally, the general
education courses add to the overall preparatory knowledge of lifelong learning. Courses are taught by instructors who
are practitioners in the field and can provide you with insight to help you become successful in the health care services
sector of your choice. This combination of skills, along with a familiarity with the terminology and structure of the health
care system, provide a strong foundation for a health care administration career. Graduates of this program will be
prepared to enter the professional environment of health care in an entry-level supervisory/management position.
Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the program graduates will:
- Describe the organization, structure, and modes of deliver of US and global healthcare systems.
- Use critical thinking to propose systems to improve healthcare delivery.
- Maintain accurate financial records, prepare budgets, analyze variance, assess opportunities and risks of a healthcare system.
- Work with internal and external agencies to perform institutional self-evaluations and continuous improvement practices
- Identify, use and evaluate different forms of medical record management.
- Demonstrate adherence to codes of ethics, privacy rules, laws and regulations associated with the health care industry.
- Effectively use written and oral methods of communication.
- Create and evaluate comprehensive, data-driven action plans based on measurable outcomes.
Online; Residential and Blended Program Requirements
|Program Concentration – 72 Credits – 1110 Contact hours||Credit Hours||Lecture Hours||Lab Hours||Practicum|
|HA 100 Medical Terminology||3||45||0||0|
|HA 110 Electronic Medical Records||3||30||30||0|
|HA 200 Anatomy and Physiology||3||45||0||0|
|HA 204 Health Care Organizations||3||45||0||0|
|MG 320 Economics||3||45||0||0|
|AC 101 Accounting||3||45||0||0|
|HA 207 Health Care Finance||3||45||0||0|
|HA 210 Medical Law and Ethics||3||45||0||0|
|BU 279 Marketing||3||45||0||0|
|MG 302 Management Communications||3||45||0||0|
|HA 240 Medical Office Administration||3||30||30||0|
|MG 308 Legal Environments of Business||3||45||0||0|
|HA 303 Public Policy in Health Care||3||45||0||0|
|HA 400 Health Care Planning and Implementation||3||45||0||0|
|MG 304 Organizational Behavior||3||45||0||0|
|HA 403 Advanced Financial Management||3||45||0||0|
|HA 411 Health Care Systems Analysis & Design||3||45||0||0|
|HA 499 Health Care Administration Capstone||3||45||0||0|
|General Education - 36 Credits - 540 Contact hours||Credit Hours||Lecture Hours||Lab Hours||Practicum|
|Open Science - Science/Bio/A&P||3||45||0||0|
|Open Comm – Communication or CO 415||3||45||0||0|
|Open Soc Sci – Social/Behavioral Science||3||45||0||0|
|Open Hum – Humanities or HU 200||3||45||0||0|
|LI 310 Contemporary Literature||3||45||0||0|
|PH 330 Decision Making||3||45||0||0|
|Open Ethics – Ethics or PH 410||3||45||0||0|
|Open Social/Behavioral Science (Psych)||3||45||0||0|
|Open Stats – Stats or QN 220||3||45||0||0|
|Open Social/Behavioral Science (Sociology)||3||45||0||0|
|Additional Course Requirements - 12 Credits - 210 Contact Hours||Credit Hours||Lecture Hours||Lab Hours||Practicum|
|CP 100 Word Processing and Presentations||3||30||30||0|
|CP 101 Spreadsheets and Databases||3||30||30||0|
|PD 299 Professional Development||3||45||0||0|
|SS 100 Student Success||3||45||0||0|
|*Elective Options (three course 100/200 level/six course 300/400 level)||Credit Hours||Lecture Hours||Lab Hours||Practicum|
Health Care Administrators, also known as Medical and Health Services Managers, plan, direct, and coordinate the business side of health care. Some oversee entire facilities, while others are responsible for a specific department or physician practice. You can expect to work closely with doctors, nurses, technicians, and technologists. Some also have contact with patients and insurance companies.
Your education is a big investment and Brookline College believes no investment offers more potential. A new career can transform your life, and we’re here to help you make that happen.
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- Tuition: Please call or click Request Info to determine your cost.
- Program length: 120 weeks (Blended) 130 weeks (Online)
- More than 88% of Brookline College students use some form of financial aid(2) to help cover the cost of their education(3). That’s why we offer personalized counseling from a Student Finance Advisor to help make your college experience more affordable.
- We have also provided The Net Price Calculator that will provide preliminary, non-binding estimates of federal, state, and institutional aid eligibility based on federal methodology.
(2) Student loans, grants and scholarships are available to those who qualify.
(3) Percentage calculated by Brookline College for the 2015-16 school year.
We want to be sure your career goals are in line with your selected program of study. Our admission process will help you understand our programs and the career expectations in the field.
Five Simple Steps:
- Visit the campus. See what Brookline and the Health Care Administration program is all about.
- Complete a Visitor Information Form.
- Complete a financial aid interview to develop a financial plan.
- Complete the Enrollment Agreement with an Admissions Representative to include collecting all necessary documentation.
- Meet with the Director of Education, or an appropriate Department Director to discuss any unusual enrollment circumstances or accommodations needed to successfully complete the program.
Once all requirements have been completed, the Director of Admissions, Director of Education, and Campus Director reviews the application for approval. Applicants are notified of their acceptance promptly.
Accreditation is the recognition that an institution maintains the standards required to achieve the credentials for professional practice. It is the status granted to an institution that meets or exceeds specific criteria of educational quality as defined by the accrediting agency.
- Institutional Accreditation: Brookline College’s Phoenix, Tucson, Tempe, and Albuquerque campuses are accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES).
- Brookline College has been approved by Arizona to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements. NC-SARA is a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of postsecondary distance education. For more information, visit: http://nc-sara.org/
- Programmatic Accreditation: Programmatic accreditation, also known as specialized or professional accreditation, is designed for specialized departments, programs, schools, or colleges within a university or institution that has already received accreditation.
The Baccalaureate degree program in nursing and Master’s degree program in nursing are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street NW, Suite 750, Washington DC 20001. 202-887-06791.
The BSN pre-licensure program is currently on probation with the Arizona Board of Nursing (“AZBON”). Brookline entered a consent agreement with AZBON, which requires Brookline to submit monthly reports. The agreement can be found on the Arizona Board of Nursing’s website https://www.azbn.gov/. The BSN pre-licensure program is fully approved by the New Mexico Board of Nursing, nmbon.sks.com.
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