In order to meet the rising demands of one of the biggest
and fastest-growing industries—healthcare—University College now offers a BA
in Healthcare Administration through their top-ranked Bachelor of Arts
Offering students an opportunity to learn about healthcare
through the lens of the patient, provider, payer, and population, this program
looks at healthcare technology, organizational leadership, and health policy.
“We’re looking to bridge the talent gap and help prepare our
graduates for careers in this thriving industry,” said Dr. Michelle
Kruse-Crocker, academic director for the Bachelor of Arts Completion Program.
“It’s exciting to be one of the first undergraduate programs directly related
to addressing healthcare at the University of Denver.”
Undergraduate courses in the Healthcare Administration
program include quality management, economics, healthcare in the digital age,
administration, policy, and more. These major courses help students dig deep
into the subject area and provide the skills needed to thrive in healthcare.
Those interested in finishing a bachelor’s degree and
majoring in Healthcare Administration can apply by July 19 to begin at the
University of Denver this fall. In addition to the undergraduate
major in Healthcare Administration, University College also offers a Master of Science in Healthcare