Healthcare Management

Healthcare Management

College for Adults | School of Business

Are you passionate about using business knowledge to improve healthcare? Get ready for fast-growing healthcare management careers and build your leadership skills portfolio with a bachelor's degree in healthcare management—offered 100% online or on our St. Paul, MN campus through St. Kate's College for Adults.

Program Details

Classes meet: Online, or evenings and weekends

Time to completion: 21-24 months

Credits for major: 38

Cost per credit (2020–2021): $485

Start: Fall, spring, or summer

Most College for Adults students receive some form of financial aid.

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Transition to a New Role in Healthcare

If you have previous professional experience or education relevant to healthcare, the online healthcare management program is designed for you. Working professionals who are interested in transitioning to the healthcare industry may also benefit from this program.

While pursuing your bachelor's degree, you may take up to two courses in St. Kate's MBA in Healthcare or Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership. Courses will count toward both your bachelor's degree and master's degree.

In the healthcare management program, you’ll study business practices, leadership skills, and support services used by health sector leaders to identify, treat, prevent and control disease, sickness, and injury.

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Careers in Healthcare Management

Demand for medical and health services managers is growing rapidly, with median annual earnings of $99,730, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Nearly 25% of all new jobs created within the next 10 years are projected to be within the healthcare sector. As a graduate of St. Kate's online or hybrid (on-campus and online) healthcare management degree program, you’ll be prepared for careers in

  • clinics
  • hospitals
  • health information and technology
  • health insurance
  • long-term care facilities