Our online degree programs are designed for busy working adults just like you – intentionally structured to allow you to balance work, life and other commitments. As a student of ACU Online, you are part of a vibrant, virtual, Christ-centered community.
Our Locked-In Tuition program guarantees you’ll pay the same price for your entire undergraduate degree.
About the Program
ACU’s online Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration allows you to build on your existing healthcare experience or make a career change. This program focuses on three areas: leadership and ethics; the healthcare system; and technical and foundational competencies.
With this degree, you’ll have the knowledge and skillset to stand out to future employers.
All the Details on Your Degree
Through a Christian worldview, you will gain the fundamental skills and expertise to navigate this rapidly changing industry. Our Public and Community Health and Change Management degree tracks allow you to customize your program based on your area of interest. Upon completion of this degree, you can pursue a Master’s in Healthcare Administration, Public Health, or even an MBA.
Public and Community Health
Total: 120 hours
University Requirements: 56 hours
Major: 64 hours (up to 22 hours in electives)
Survey of Community and Public Health Issues
Innovation & Trends in Healthcare
Healthcare Leadership and Relationship Management
Healthcare Quality & Safety
Upcoming Start Dates
May 4, 2021
June 29, 2021
Common Job Titles
Medical and Health Services Manager
Health Information Manager
Community Services Director
Healthcare Executive Assistant
Healthcare Human Resources Manager
Meet the Program Director
Meghan Hope is an assistant professor and program director for ACU’s Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration program. Meghan received her Juris Doctor with health law concentration from the University of Tulsa and a Master of Healthcare Administration from Midwestern State University. Meghan has more than a decade of expertise in the healthcare industry. Prior to joining ACU, she worked as a healthcare regulatory and operations consultant focusing on new hospital development, management, and reimbursement issues. Meghan has also served as an administrator in community-based and academic healthcare environments. Her research interests and passions include healthcare policy influences on management decisions and regulatory considerations in clinical research.
Meghan received her master’s online and has since developed a passion for the online learning experience. She loves the opportunity to form meaningful relationships with her students while helping them develop the leadership skills and industry expertise necessary for successful careers in healthcare administration.
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