Health Care Administration, bachelor
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Austin College's Health Care Administration program gives students an understanding of how health care organizations are managed and administered and how policies and ethics in health care organizations make a real difference in peoples' lives and health. We emphasize that students get real-world experience by having internships, study abroad experiences, and volunteer opportunities, ranging from the North Texas area to other parts of the state and nation and abroad. The program's goals include preparing students for graduate and professional schools and the job market in this high-demand field.
The Health Care Administration major is designed to prepare students in leadership, management, and administration to health and health care organizations. The program consists of courses that provide students with a background in the business and management side of health care and the policies, complexities, and ethics concerning human needs in the modern health care world. It also trains students in the critical thinking skills necessary in the ever-changing and rapidly growing health care industry. Further, it encourages students to gain real-world experiences, such as internships, volunteer work, or other experiential activities through the many private and public health care institutions within the North Texas area and beyond.
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