Health Services Administration
As health care organizations continue to grow more complex, a degree in health administration is rapidly becoming more essential for organizations’ and individuals’ success.
Lincoln College offers a Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration (BSHSA) and the same degree with a concentration in Allied Health.
degree is aimed at people
- who has interest in health care, but beyond clinical work and
- who has interest in business and management, but in its humane, not-for-profit side.
In today’s environment time is a most valuable asset. We realize complexities of students’ lives and offer HSA in accelerated format, so students can achieve their goals and become competent leaders in the health care industry in the most efficient and effective way.
The Bachelor of Health Services Administration Degree prepares students with and without health care experience to become competent leaders in health care administration. Students complete courses in four academic areas including Business Foundation, Healthcare Systems, Policy and Management, and Integrating of Health Service Management Theory and Practice. The program culminates in an experiential educational component via a 3 credit hour internship or practicum and the capstone seminar Applied Health Administration.
Upon completion of the program the student will be prepared to:
- Develop an integrated knowledge of the US healthcare delivery systems, functions and challenges. b. Develop strong communication and interpersonal skills necessary in the business environment.
- Demonstrate ability to apply business concepts to real world situations.
- Strengthen ability to use technology tools, analytical tools and software.
- Develop an understanding of the ethical choices and obligations health care organizations are facing.
- Provide the necessary education and experiences to enable graduates to be effective leaders on health care and other organizations.
- Develop and understanding of legal and social responsibility in health care delivery.
- Establish a strong foundation for understanding epidemiological concepts of health and disease.
- Develop an understanding of working in diverse and multicultural environment.