Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration (Online)
Get an advanced degree in healthcare. As a graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration (BSHCA), you will be part of the dynamic field of healthcare, providing leadership and making policy in many diverse healthcare settings.
Our 122-credit hour program prepares you to plan, direct, coordinate and supervise the delivery of healthcare. As a graduate, you will be prepared to either be a specialist in charge of a specific clinical department or a generalist who manages an entire facility or system.
State and federal regulations affect how institutions can deliver distance education degrees, programs and courses to students outside of Iowa. Mercy College of Health Sciences may have limited ability to offer online opportunities to Students who are physically present in a state outside of Iowa.
If you are located in a state other than Iowa, Oklahoma or Vermont and wish to enroll in one of our online offerings, please contact us at (515) 643-6715 or email@example.com before enrolling to determine if we are able to offer online courses in your state.
For more information about the complaint process for students outside of Iowa, please visit the Distance Education page.
College Admission First
Program Admission Second
The program chair will begin reviewing completed files by the program admission deadline.
We have an exceptional, highly educated, adjunct faculty team with years of experience in healthcare administration. Our fulltime liberal arts and sciences faculty members are Ph.D.-prepared and adept at integrating their subject matter into a comprehensive health science curriculum. As a student, you will receive an exceptional level of personalized instruction.
As a graduate of the BSHCA program, you will be employable nation wide throughout many health care settings. Employment of medical and health services managers is expected to grow faster than average and job opportunities should be good, especially for applicants with work experience in the healthcare field and strong business management skills. For more details and statistics about specific roles and job opportunities go to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics website.