Employment for medical and healthcare managers is expected to increase 31.5% from 2019-2029.
(Employment Projections, BLS.gov)
Pacific’s BS in Healthcare Administration and Leadership provides an opportunity for working adults with some college to return to school and finish their bachelor’s degree. Hybrid classes combine online instruction with on-campus meetings select weekends, providing the exceptional student-centered education Pacific is known for with the flexibility adult students need. A curriculum combining a foundation in Organizational Leadership with extensive applications specific to healthcare management gives graduates the degree and the skills they need to advance in their careers and become successful leaders in healthcare organizations.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the US Department of Labor, employment of medical and health services managers is projected to grow 31.5% nationally from 2019-2029, much faster than the average for all occupations. In California, Burning Glass analytics estimates 24.7% growth in demand for healthcare administrators in the next decade, three times the expected growth in employment overall. A bachelor's degree will qualify graduates for over 80% of jobs in this field.
*Hybrid courses mean you only come to campus one weekend every two months, with the rest of your coursework offered flexibly online
Tuition for Degree Completion Programs is significantly discounted. There are no extra fees for students, and tuition is offered at more than 50% less than standard Pacific tuition. Students in the degree completion programs may be eligible for some forms of financial aid. Submitting your completed application prior to March 15th, 2023 makes you eligible for consideration for an Osher grant. The grant can be applied toward tuition in the Fall semester.
Entering students will ideally have at least 66 units of college coursework before entering the program, so that the additional 54 units of degree requirements will provide them with the 120 units total required for graduation. Students with fewer units may be admitted with the understanding that they will need to take additional courses beyond those required by the Healthcare Administration and Leadership degree program to complete their graduation requirements.
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