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Online Bachelor of Science in Healthcare AdministrationONLINE BACHELOR'S DEGREE

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Why Choose New England College of Business?

New England College of Business has been educating successful finance and business professionals for over 100 years. Our online learning platform is ideal for today’s busy working adult. We understand the need for access to high-quality online degrees and provide programs that are:

AFFORDABLE

Lowest tuition among all private four-year colleges in New England (U.S. Department of Education College Affordability and Transparency Center, 2011-2017).

ACCESSIBLE

Courses are 100% online, allowing you to study anytime and anywhere.

APPLICABLE

Career-focused coursework is led by faculty with real-world experience.

ACCREDITED

Our degree programs are regionally accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE).

AWARD-WINNING

Our interactive online learning environment was recognized with a 2014 Gold Award for Best Practices (USDLA) and the ACHE Award for Creative Use of Technology, and our degree programs are consistently recognized by U.S. News and World Report.

The online bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration program from New England College of Business is designed to prepare students to launch careers in today’s competitive market. Our program focuses on leadership and management principles related to the medical industry and could provide you with the building blocks for a successful career in field of healthcare administration.

Online Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Administration Tracks

Healthcare administrators are needed in a variety of settings. You could adapt your education to fit your personal interests by choosing one of the following tracks:

For a complete list of courses, download the online bachelor degree in healthcare administration program curriculum worksheet. You may also view full course descriptions here.

Healthcare Bachelor’s Degree Online

The bachelor in healthcare online degree program is designed to be a foundation for those who would like to enter this exciting and satisfying field. Our online bachelor’s degree program in healthcare administration offers students the opportunity to gain knowledge and skills in areas like:

  • Healthcare terminology
  • Essentials of healthcare in the United States
  • Medical law and ethics
  • Electronic Health Records
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Accounting
  • Human Resources

Is the Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Administration Program Right for You?

The bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration program will appeal to working adults interested in earning a degree and learning the foundations of healthcare. Many graduates of this bachelor’s degree program in healthcare apply for entry-level positions in healthcare.

Many of our students are working adults who recognize New England College of Business as a good fit for its convenience and flexibility. Sixty-three percent of our students are employed at organizations that have a Corporate Partner relationship with New England College of Business.

Admission Requirements

Acceptance decisions are made on a rolling basis throughout the year for our 6 undergraduate sessions. You can apply at any time and get a decision within days of submitting all required materials. To apply, simply contact an admission representative, who can help you explore financial options. Your admission representative can also walk you through the application process, which involves completing a graduate application and providing undergraduate transcripts.

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Donna Viens, Faculty

Donna Viens

Dean of Undergraduate Studies, Program Chair, Business
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Nav Athwal, Faculty

Nav Athwal

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Van Berube, Faculty

Van Berube

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Paula Bramante, Faculty

Paula Bramante

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Jeff Brown, Faculty

Jeff Brown

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Tina Callaway, Faculty

Tina Callaway

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Jennifer Cournoyer

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Jeffrey Cronin, Faculty

Jeffrey Cronin

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Jennifer Demars, Faculty

Jennifer Demars

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Keith Earnshaw, Faculty

Keith Earnshaw

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Angela Ellis, Faculty

Angela Ellis

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Matthew F. Fowler, Faculty

Matthew Fowler

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Dennis M. Gaudet, Faculty

Dennis Gaudet

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Mary Grant, Faculty

Mary Grant

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Jeffrey Hall, Faculty

Jeffrey Hall

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Vivian M. Hatziyannis, Faculty

Vivian Hatziyannis

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Patrick Hutchinson, Faculty

Patrick Hutchinson

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Douglas G. Kildsig, Faculty

Douglas Kildsig

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Evan Lemoine

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Carrie Lorenzo, Faculty

Carrie Lorenzo

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Sharlene Malcolm, Faculty

Sharlene Malcolm

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Mark Marino, Faculty

Mark Marino

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Richard L. McElroy, Faculty

Richard McElroy

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Natalie McVeigh, Faculty

Natalie McVeigh

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David M. Mitchell, Faculty

David Mitchell

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Roger Ochse, Faculty

Roger Ochse

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Sandra L. Owen, Faculty

Sandra Owen

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Jason Roush, Faculty

Jason Roush

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Richard L. Rowe, Faculty

Richard Rowe

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Alison A. Schirone, Faculty

Alison Schirone

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Susan J. Sherman, Faculty

Susan Sherman

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Jarrod Turner, Faculty

Jarrod Turner

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Cindy Vaca, Faculty

Cindy Vaca

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Alan Viens

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Dr. Lee Ann Walker, Faculty

Lee Ann Walker

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Christopher Weir, Faculty

Christopher Weir

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Gerald Willis

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