Adult Education Online

Healthcare Management

Bachelor of Science (BS)

Associate Available



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3 - 3 ½ years for a full-time student with no transfer credits.

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Study Healthcare Management at LBC | Capital

If you care about health, serving those in need and educating the public on wellness initiatives, consider working toward an online Healthcare Management degree from Lancaster Bible College. In this program, you’ll learn about the many facets of healthcare and prepare for a career as a healthcare executive. So, what exactly can you do with a bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Management? As a future healthcare administrator, you’ll be responsible for planning, directing and coordinating medical services in settings like hospitals, nursing homes and group medical practices.

This online bachelor’s degree is part of LBC’s undergraduate Adult Education program, which is designed for busy people as they balance working full time, family responsibilities, serving in ministry and more. Each course is taught in an 8-week subterm. Refer to the catalog link below for the engaging courses that are part of this bachelor’s degree program. Students can customize the sequence of their classes based on which courses are being offered and their prerequisites. This way, with the help of their LBC Student Success Coach, students can chart a class schedule that fits their stage in life for each 8-week subterm. To be considered a “full-time student,” students must take four 3-credit courses in a semester (16-week term).

Becoming a healthcare manager means you’ll have plenty of options once you graduate. This program touches on areas of math, science and policy, allowing you to transition from school to a job at a doctor’s office, handling the day-to-day functions of a typical small private practice, step into law reform in D.C. by working as a public health lobbyist or enter the lucrative world of pharmaceutical sales. Our undergraduate education in healthcare management can provide a foundation for future graduate studies in the healthcare field. Statistics from the Bureau of Labor project a 32% growth in healthcare management jobs in the next 10 years. The job possibilities are endless – it just depends on what you want to do! Talk to an admissions counselor today to learn more.

Course Length


When Can I Start?

As soon as you are ready! LBC has multiple enrollment points per year, meaning that you are only ever a few weeks away from the next course starting.

Can I Transfer Credits?

Yes! If you have completed courses in other regionally accredited colleges or in the military, you may be able to transfer in credits. Read the transfer policy.

Get Credit for Life Experience

You may be able to start our degree path at LBC | Capital with some college credits! Life Experience Credit is college credit a student can earn based on prior learning. Read more.

Other Program Selection

Associate of Science (AS) – 61 credits

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Reach out to request more information today, and one of our admissions counselors will connect with you soon to provide further details and answer your questions.

Program Plan for Bachelor's

Healthcare Management (120 Credits)

Biblical Studies 18 Credits

General Education 42 Credits

Healthcare Management 39 Credits

Electives 21 Credits

View the catalog for the complete curriculum plan, course descriptions and further details about this program.

Schedule a Time to Chat

Want to learn more about this degree or the undergraduate adult education program? Consider scheduling an appointment to talk virtually or in person with an Admissions Counselor who will be glad to answer all your questions about earning an undergraduate degree.

Program Distinctives - What makes this program at LBC unique?
  • Fast & Flexible Schedule: The fast-paced schedule allows you to concentrate on one or two 8-week courses at a time.
  • Life Experience Credit: Earn college credits from our evaluation of your life experiences.
  • Accredited: Earn your degree from a top-ranked, accredited Bible college in PA.
Career Paths

The healthcare management bachelor’s degree prepares students for a wide range of technical and/or ministry contexts. Here is a sampling of careers and opportunities this degree affords:

  • Clinical Director
  • Health & Social Services Manager
  • Healthcare Manager
  • Pharmaceutical Sales Rep
  • Office Manager
  • Practice Administrator
  • Nursing Home Director
  • Public Health Lobbyist
Program Goals – In this program, students will…
  • Apply knowledge of natural sciences and mathematics in a healthcare management environment.
  • Demonstrate skills and abilities to be employed in healthcare management positions.
  • Articulate medical terminology and communication skills in a healthcare management setting.
  • Develop a biblical worldview with a Christ-centered, moral and ethical foundation for making necessary healthcare policy decisions that are righteous, legal and culturally competent.
  • Articulate strategies to understand and influence healthcare policy.
  • Demonstrate the ability to provide education and support services to those accessing healthcare services.
  • Apply disciplinary knowledge and Christ-centered values to leadership, management and administrative situations in a healthcare setting.
  • Develop an understanding of the healthcare needs and services within the community.
Associate Degree Program Plan
General Education Core 16
Biblical Studies Core 18
Healthcare Management 27

View the Academic Catalog for the complete curriculum plan, course descriptions, and further details about this program.

How Do I Determine What Courses to Take?

Each student’s path to degree completion is unique, depending on the courses you transfer into the program. The curriculum plan gives a broad picture of the required credits. If your transfer credits come from mostly one of those areas, you will need to take credits in other areas. The remaining courses you need for graduation can best be determined after reviewing your transcripts. With flexible electives, Biblical Studies requirements and General Education requirements, most students are able to transfer to LBC the maximum number of credits.

Credits for Prior Learning. Students can earn up to 30 Life Experience Credits, through the Credits for Prior Learning evaluation process, which will often reduce the time to complete a degree. The Life Experience Credit evaluation process is done after a student begins a program.

Our Admissions Counselors are here to help guide you in planning your course of study.

Looking for Ways to Finance Your Bachelor’s Degree?

LBC’s Financial Aid Office can help you navigate the process.

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