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2019-20 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Jan 25, 2021  
2019-20 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Healthcare Administration, B.A.


About the Program


  • Preparation for clinical careers in healthcare
  • Preparation for careers in healthcare management
  • Preparation for careers in Long-Term Care Management
  • Ability to individualize with a minor
  • Internships in healthcare facilities here or abroad
  • Opportunities to study abroad at some of the top universities around the world
  • Preparation for Arcadia’s graduate programs in Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant, Public Health, MBA with a Global Perspective

The provision and management of healthcare is one of today’s fastest growing industries. The Bachelor of Arts in Healthcare Administration program is both challenging and comprehensive.

Students learn specific skills in healthcare administration, business, planning and policy, and the legal management of many healthcare environments. Recognizing the increasing emphasis on sound business practices within healthcare environments, the program is built upon a strong business base.

The program is flexible enough to permit students to minor in another discipline and to include a semester or more abroad, including an overseas internship experience.

By taking courses in the sciences as electives, students who pursue this program will have the basic requirements needed for Arcadia University’s graduate programs in Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant/Public Health, and Genetic Counseling.

The Healthcare Administration program provides opportunities for internships in hospitals, community agencies, private practices, long-term care facilities, health insurance agencies, and social service organizations to supplement academics with on-the-job experience.

Concentration Options

  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Management
  • Marketing

Senior Capstone Experience

All majors complete a senior thesis project that involves integrating prior knowledge, preparing written reports, and making a public presentation. For majors in the School of Global Business, this requirement is satisfied by successful completion of HA 385 , HA 470 , and HA 490 , which are required courses for majors.

Requirements


(68 credits as listed below, with Undergraduate Curriculum and credit requirements)

Concentrations


Additional Requirements to be fulfilled to obtain a Concentration.

Economics (12 credits)


Management (12 credits)


Marketing (12 credits)