PROGRAM TYPE
On Campus
Online

DEGREES
BA, BS

Contact

Lawrence Sasso, DBA, MSM

Director of Undergraduate Business Programs & Head Softball Coach
Business & Athletics
(508) 849-3374
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Health Administration

Program Overview

As the large baby-boomer population ages, the healthcare industry as a whole will see an increase in demand and strain on resources. The Health Administration major is an applied business degree that prepares students with the theoretical business foundations as well as the practical skills required for careers including health information management directors, business analysts, practices administrators, clinical directors, and health services managers.

Health Administration programs from Anna Maria College are available in multiple formats. The BA in Health Administration is offered on campus, and the BS in in Health Administration can be completed online. 

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Curriculum Map

Click here to download the Health Administration Curriculum Map.

Program Learning Outcomes

All students in the business programs will demonstrate:

  • Communication abilities – concise written and oral
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Quantitative and statistical analysis
  • Ethical reasoning skills
  • Leadership and teamwork skills
  • Information technology skills
  • Integrative experience demonstrating the ability to synthesize and apply knowledge and skills

In addition to the overall business program learning outcomes, students in the health administration major will demonstrate skill in:

  • Navigating and managing health insurance plans
  • Managing resources, including human resources, of an organization
  • Addressing the issues and problems in the delivery of health services
  • Ethical reasoning and decision-making relating to health administration
  • Problem-solving, synthesizing, and applying knowledge and skills relating to health administration
  • Applying ethical reasoning and decision-making relating to relating to health administration
  • Synthesizing knowledge, apply strategic planning and research skills in an integrative experience

Meet Our Faculty

Bailey Braga

Lecturer
Business

Kathleen Derzius

Lecturer
School of Professional Studies

Daniel Farley

Lecturer
School of Professional Studies

Bobby Hazelton

Lecturer
School of Professional Studies

Paul LaCava

Lecturer
Psychology

Linda Marie Nolin, MBA, ACB

Director of Graduate Business Programs, Professor of Practice in Business
Business Administration
(508) 849-3272

Paul Proko

Lecturer
School of Professional Studies