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Earn Your B.S. in Health Care Management Online

Prepare to help others through a management role in health care — enroll in Utica's online B.S. in Health Care Management degree. You'll learn how to use expert business knowledge to navigate the complexities of health care laws and regulations, and technology to deliver quality health care services while meeting organizational goals.


Coursework includes:

  • Health studies, gerontology, and psychology to understand the physical and psychological needs of the patients and clients you serve.
  • Economics to understand how economic behavior will affect your organization and what you can do to deliver quality care while meeting your organization's bottom line.
  • Anthropology and social studies to understand how the U.S. health care system operates in the broader contexts of health care delivery.
  • Ethics to manage the conflicts between policy, providers, and patient care.

Generous Transfer Policy

Students can transfer up to 60 credits from a 2-year institution and up to 90 credits from a 4-year institution to the online B.S. in Health Care Management degree program. Transfer credit is awarded for courses taken at a regionally accredited college that are equivalent to those taught at Utica College and in which you've received a grade of "C" or better. The last 30 credit hours in the bachelor’s program must be earned at Utica College. Note that we require official transcripts from all colleges you've attended, as well as a transcript showing degree awarded.

Medical health and service managers earn a median annual salary of $100,980, and the role is expected to grow 32% through 2029.*
*Bureau of Labor Statistics

Focus on the Business of Health Care to Better Serve Patients

Faculty with years of industry experience teach a rigorous curriculum and demonstrate how your business expertise can improve patient outcomes.

By graduation, you'll know how to work with the many people and agencies that impact patient care. That includes providers, technicians, insurance companies, the public health department, suppliers, and pharmaceutical companies. You’ll also be prepared for graduate study in the Master of Health Administration (MHA) and Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs.


Find Our Graduates in Leadership Positions

  • Mohawk Valley Health System
  • NYU Langone Health

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