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Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration

Launch a career in healthcare management by developing the specialized skills and knowledge to handle the business side of the medical field – something not always available in traditional management programs. You will learn about the planning, organizing, staffing, and controlling of activities and resources in various types of healthcare institutions and agencies.

Unlike clinicians, you will not deal directly with patients on a daily basis. However, you will serve patients by helping to shape policy and make needed changes to improve the healthcare system.

The Healthcare Administration program at Felician University combines specialty healthcare courses with core business courses, providing its graduates with a thorough knowledge of healthcare management as well as core business competencies in:
  • Critical Reasoning
  • Effective Communication
  • Ethical Decision Making
  • Personal Accountability
  • Quantitative Reasoning
  • Teamwork

Points of Interest

  • Solve complex issues in healthcare administration using the case approach – learn from “real world” situations as you develop your knowledge and skills in this field.
  • Work on case studies individually and in teams, making class presentations and completing written assignments to strengthen your communication skills.
  • Take advantage of Felician’s location in the greater New York City area – healthcare administration majors are within minutes of various internship opportunities in the administrative realm of many health care organizations.
  • Build a portfolio demonstrating mastery of the core competencies and present your portfolio during the capstone course.

Required Courses

Career Opportunities

In the state of New Jersey, healthcare remains the single largest industry for growth according to the Department of Labor. Graduates with a degree in healthcare administration work in a variety of settings:
  • Hospital/health systems management
  • Medical groups
  • Pharmaceutical/biotechnology companies
  • Care management organizations
  • Health information technology firms
  • Supply chain companies
  • Government/policy organizations
  • Investment banks
  • Health insurers
  • Health care management consulting firms
  • Large corporations directing their health and other benefits programs

 

Program Contact Information

David Turi, Ph.D.
Associate Dean, School of Business
Email | 201.559.3327
Blessed Mary Angela Hall, second floor
Rutherford Campus