Gain comprehensive skills essential to your health care organization.

The Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration is a degree designed to equip you with the skills needed to succeed as a healthcare administration professional in a variety of settings — or prepare you to pursue graduate-level education.

This program provides students with a comprehensive education that includes foundational liberal arts courses and specialized courses covering essential health care administration-specific topics such as medical transcription, health care policy, and medical office management.

Enjoy Flexibility – 40 courses with start dates every 2 weeks
Learn from Anywhere – 100% online
Affordable Monthly Payments – Opt to pay $295 per month
Focus on your Passion – Choose your Capstone

Students who complete the Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration degree will graduate with a solid understanding of the critical areas of healthcare, management, and the business of medicine that are essential for success in this growing industry.

Aspen’s balanced Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration curriculum offers students core liberal arts courses in areas such as history, psychology, mathematics, and sciences with fundamental medical management courses including Legal Aspects of Health Care Management, Medical Office Management, Principles of Health and Disease, and Leadership in Organizations.

For more information about the program, see the Academic Catalog.

Admission Requirements

  • Application – A completed application.
  • High School Transcripts – An official high school transcript or its equivalent. Waived if student has completed at least 15 credits of college-level course work.
  • Official Transcripts – Official transcripts for all previous college credit earned.
  • Minimum GPA Requirement – A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 is required for all previous high school or college credit.
  • Military Documentation (Optional) – A copy of the most recent orders; or a copy of DD214 (This can be requested from the National Archives.)