With a bachelor of science degree in health management from Lindenwood University-Belleville, you’ll find the outstanding coursework, faculty, and support you need to jump-start your career as a manager in the healthcare field.
Like many of our graduate students, you may already be a full-time employee, parent, spouse, or caretaker and wonder if you can add “full-time student” to your list of roles. At Lindenwood, going back to school doesn’t mean putting the rest of your life on hold. We understand your busy schedule and work with you one-on-one to meet your academic goals conveniently.
The bachelor’s degree in health management is one of our accelerated degree programs, which means you can earn your degree in as little as 18 months by attending class only one night a week. Our unique cluster format for classes allows you to earn credits at a faster rate while still gaining relevant, in-depth knowledge from real professionals in the field. You’ll get the quality education to take your career to the next level without sacrificing important family and personal time!
Lindenwood University-Belleville Health Management Faculty
The health management faculty at Lindenwood Belleville are skilled medical professionals and health managers with years of real world experience and management roles in the healthcare industry. They understand your academic needs and career goals because they have been in your position before as healthcare professionals seeking greater opportunities through education. You’ll benefit from their connections to area hospitals and healthcare facilities, as well as their dedication to helping you succeed.
Earning a Bachelor of Science in Health Management at Lindenwood University-Belleville
When you choose to earn your bachelor’s in health management, you’ll take a broad range of courses in everything from legal issues and finance to information systems and ethics, all as it relates to the healthcare industry. Our innovative curriculum is based upon content recommended by the Accrediting Commission on Education for Health Services Administration.
Some of your core classes will include healthcare delivery in the USA, economics of health and medical care, managerial accounting, global healthcare reform, and healthcare management.
What to do with a Degree in Health Management
Graduates with their BS in health management often take on leadership jobs within hospitals, clinics, long-term care facilities, and community wellness organizations. You’ll also be fully equipped with the skills to succeed as a manager in any number of national healthcare or government agencies.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that medical and health services managers earn a median annual wage of $94,500. The number of jobs in this field is expected to rise much faster than the national average through 2024, making health management a highly sought-after occupation.