Health Care Management Degree

As one of the fastest-growing industries in the United States, the health care sector offers great career potential for individuals who want to work in a field that is both rewarding and in-demand. The increased need for qualified health care managers comes as a result of the recent Affordable Care Act and the large population of aging adults.

Through Globe University’s Bachelor’s of Science in health care management program, you will have the chance to learn important skills relating to the healthcare industry, including:

  • Hospital administration
  • Public health topics
  • Medical terminology
  • Health systems topics

In addition to health care-specific topics covered in the curriculum, our health care management students are able to complete a concentration of courses to better prepare for management careers in one of the following areas:

  • Health care administration/human resources
  • Accounting and finance
  • Information technology
  • Marketing and sales
  • Management and leadership

Health care organizations will continue to see the need for qualified professionals to fill administrator and manager roles in hospitals, clinics, insurance companies and other health care organizations.

As a student in the health care management bachelor’s degree program at Globe University, you will experience:

  • A curriculum that features input from industry experts
  • Small class sizes
  • Financial aid staff with grant and scholarship knowledge
  • Faculty with industry experience
  • Career services staff who offer career assistance

*Globe University offers employment assistance to its students and graduates; however, the school does not guarantee employment.

This program is offered at:

Wisconsin

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Career Outlook

US Bureau of Labor Statistics projected
employment growth rates for 2014-2024

Customer Service Representatives
10th Percentile Salary $19,860
25th Percentile Salary $24,620
50th Percentile Salary $31,200

This annual salary is taken from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics for this job title. The 10th percentile indicates the bottom 10 percent of earners make less than that figure annually; the 25th percentile means the bottom quarter of workers earn less than the number; and the 50th percentile shows the medium income for the profession.