King University

Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration

The future of healthcare is in your hands with an online healthcare administration degree from King University. Program graduates are prepared to make ethical and strategic decisions that shape healthcare facilities into compassionate and efficient facilities.

King’s online healthcare administration degree focuses on issues in human resources, healthcare organization and policy, ethics and law, management and sustainability. Students can complete the 48- credit-hour program in as little as 16 months. Transfer credits are welcome!

By studying online with King University, students receive a first-rate education in a convenient format. Online learners earn their education on their schedule when it’s convenient for them. Working professionals, busy parents and the self-employed can benefit from this flexibility.

Enrollment Requirements

Motivated students earn an excellent education where Christian values are fundamental at King University. To enroll in the healthcare administration program, students must currently hold an associate degree or equivalent. Students who are currently enrolled in an associate degree program may apply, but must complete their associate degree prior to beginning the healthcare administration program. King University offers an online associate degree program for students who do not meet the minimum transfer credit requirement.
Students who wish to enroll in the healthcare administration program at King University are evaluated based on academic achievement, work experience, military service and community involvement. Candidates must have a minimum GPA of 2.2 on a 4.0 scale. Applicants who do not meet this requirement will be considered for enrollment if they can convincingly demonstrate why they feel they would be successful in the program.

Graduation Requirements

The healthcare administration online degree program is designed so that students with 76 hours of transfer credit can meet graduation requirements in four semesters. To graduate, students must accumulate a total of 124 credit hours. A minimum of 48 hours must be taken at King University to receive a diploma from King.

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