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A Health Care Management degree provides opportunities in many fields, including business, education, government and the not-for-profit sectors, and many more.
Concordia-Chicago’s courses in health care management prepare students to:
Employment in health care occupations is projected to grow 18 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations, adding about 2.4 million new jobs. Health care occupations are projected to add more jobs than any of the other occupational groups.
The Bachelor of Arts degree in Health Care Management is designed to provide students with the professional knowledge and management skills necessary to be effective and socially responsible leaders in dynamic regional, national and global health services systems.
Ranked among the top 100 Best Online Bachelor’s Programs in the nation by U.S. News and World Report, Concordia University Chicago’s Accelerated Degree Program (ADP) delivers educational opportunities designed for adult learners who understand the importance of earning a college degree. A leader in developing and delivering online undergraduate education with 20 years’ experience in the field, Concordia-Chicago’s ADP provides goal-oriented students with a specialized, individually tailored program. Our advisors create a specialized program plan to accommodate the needs of each individual student, allowing you to earn your degree in as little as 16 months, depending on the number of transfer credits accepted at the time of your admission:
Explore the wide variety of challenging employment opportunities for health care professionals that exist in various organizations and settings:
The fast paced field of health care demands well-educated, highly trained professionals with the agility to continuously learn and enhance their knowledge base and skill set. Possessing a bachelor’s degree in Health Care Management from an accredited institution builds credibility by demonstrating to an organization the prospective employee’s commitment to the industry and his/her ability to stay abreast of trends. Further, a bachelor’s degree may also be a stepping stone to graduate degrees unlocking even more promising job prospects.
Concordia-Chicago’s core faculty in the Health Care Management degree program has extensive experience in the all fields of health care along with the requisite certifications/credentials. Faculty come from all subspecialties of the health care management field and are dedicated to supporting student learning.
The BA, Organizational Management, is a pathway to accelerated Master's degree programs, including:
Concordia University Chicago is one of the most affordable private universities in the Midwest. Our Office of Financial Aid will work with you to seek financial aid and schedule manageable tuition payments.
Concordia-Chicago’s tuition guarantee program helps keep tuition affordable by allowing you to predict what the total cost of your education will be. As long as there are no interruptions in your course of study, we guarantee your tuition will remain the same and never increase while earning this degree.
I am a graduate of Concordia-Chicago’s Accelerated Degree Program, and a African American first generation college graduate. I value an education that is driven by preparing leaders for transformation in society, and more importantly I wanted to be proud of the degree that will hang on my mantel. Earning my bachelor’s degree means that I can set myself apart from others, network a little easier, and reach levels of leadership with adequate pay and respect in my profession.
Tiffany Sartin, BA, Health Care Management, Class of 2019
As the eldest of three siblings and a first-generation college student, I became a “non-traditional” student out of necessity. Concordia-Chicago’s ADP program allowed me to achieve the necessary work-school balance and at the same time offered a supportive environment that fostered learning through a cohort structure. My professors were leaders in their respective fields with industry and management experience. The cohort format allowed me to network with fellow students, many of whom were working professionals in the industry. Through my cohort, I was able to find my first job after graduation working in the health care industry for a pharmaceutical company.
Moises Figueroa, BA, Health Care Management, Class of 2015