CCSD now offers a Bachelor in Healthcare Administration Degree along with its existing healthcare degrees. The degree program aims to make students familiar with clinical and non-clinical aspects of healthcare administration for a lucrative career in the healthcare industry.
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San Diego, CA, Jan 04, 2010 Ė California College San Diego has added another feather to its cap. The college, which is known for its commitment to providing fast-track, career focused degrees, has introduced a Bachelorís degree in Healthcare Administration with the objective to train students in business and clinical skills required for managerial roles in healthcare settings.
The aging population of the country has led to an explosion in demand for healthcare professionals and the industry is going to witness unparalleled growth over the next few years. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the healthcare industry will continue to expand leading to a faster than average growth in the employment of medical and health services managers. It has projected good job opportunities for healthcare administrators, especially those who demonstrate strong business and management skills. Itís safe to assume that a health care administration degree will not only help your career get off to a flying start, but will also protect you from the uncertainties in the state of economy.
The students of bachelor in healthcare administration degree will learn various aspects of clinical and non-clinical aspects of healthcare administration such as anatomy & physiology, accounting, insurance & healthcare reimbursement, healthcare policy and economics, healthcare finance, management, and much more. CCSD also educates students about the various federal loans and grants they are eligible for. Since classes start every month, students donít need to wait for the next academic session to start school. Besides, the program will impart skills that healthcare administrators need to perform their core job such as strategic planning, resource management, leadership, and other office procedure.
Graduates can find jobs as managers in hospitals, doctorsí offices, community health centers, home healthcare services, nursing homes, and other facilities after completing their healthcare administration degree.
Applicant to this program must hold a high school diploma and sit through a campus interview. They must also go through financial aid to explain how they plan to finance their education and an orientation before starting classes.
For details on this program, call at 1-800-622-3188 or visit http://www.cc-sd.edu to request for more information.