Master the business side of healthcare and move your career forward in a thriving, fast-growing field.
You want to do more than just further your career—you want to improve healthcare for all. We’ve created a BS in Healthcare Management program to help you do both. Take the next step in your professional journey while realizing your passion for helping others.
Choose from three degree completion options, depending on your schedule and education goals:
Become a leader and innovator in today’s complex healthcare landscape with Walden’s BS in Healthcare Management program. A bachelor's in healthcare management degree program focuses on developing a greater understanding of the U.S. healthcare system and the management techniques that guide the operation of thriving healthcare organizations. Learn to think more analytically, communicate more effectively, and master other skills you can apply immediately to impact your organization’s success.
Graduates of this healthcare management degree program will be prepared to:
With an aging population and ever-changing healthcare laws and regulations, the demand for qualified medical and health services managers is projected to rise 20% by 2026, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.2 Walden’s BS in Healthcare Management program can empower you with the knowledge and skills needed for a long and fulfilling career as a healthcare manager or administrator.
This online healthcare management degree can help prepare you for roles in a range of settings, including:
Career options may require additional experience, training, or other factors beyond the successful completion of this degree program.
Walden’s BS in Healthcare Management degree program can potentially lead to higher earnings. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, medical and health services managers earned an average annual wage of $99,730 in May 2018.2
Pursuing a degree from Walden is a commitment to efficiency and quality in healthcare.
I knew my work could positively impact the community I serve when the results of my dissertation revealed disparities relative to income and race.
The amount of support, resources, and assistance available to students is phenomenal.
1Walden University’s competency-based options are priced as an all-you-can learn model, where students subscribe to three-month learning periods instead of paying for courses or credit hours. Walden offers monthly starts, the first Monday of every month, for the competency-based option. If you start the BS in Healthcare Management, BS in Public Health, or BS in Health Studies program anytime in 2019, please note that the earliest you can complete the program is December 31, 2019.
2Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Medical and Health Services Managers. National long-term projections may not reflect local and/or short-term economic or job conditions, do not guarantee actual job growth, and are subject to change.