What is Healthcare Management?
Health care administrators are responsible for planning, directing and coordinating medical services in settings like hospitals, nursing homes and group medical practices. 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.
Online vs. On-Campus Degree
What’s the difference in the two health care management degrees offered at LBC? We’ll tell you.
ONLINE: Classes within this 100% online health care administration degree are just eight weeks in length – as opposed to the typical 15-week course length – and of course, everything is done online with no in-person element or scheduled class time. Our online programs are designed with the busy adult learner in mind who’s balancing family, work, ministry and going back to school. Additionally, we offer college credits for life experience to qualified candidates, which helps you earn your degree faster.
ON-CAMPUS: The traditional undergraduate program is aimed at recent high school graduates and young adults who are looking to live on campus or commute to school. Typically, our traditional undergraduate students are recent high school graduates or young adults who can attend classes during in the day during the week and some evening courses. Students interested in studying healthcare management in Lancaster Bible College’s traditional undergraduate setting will have in-person access to our top-notch professors, be able to participate in on campus student life – like attending weekly chapel services or playing on a sports team (pending eligibility) – and more. If you’re looking for the typical college experience, this is the right track for you!