|Principles of Health Care Administration||3|
|Health Information Management||3|
|Health Care Quality||3|
|Health Care Finance||3|
|Health Care Planning and Policy||3|
|Health Care Marketing or Human Resources in Health Care or Legal Issues in Health Care or Leading Change in Health Care||3|
|Total Combined Credits||18|
Get ready to plan and direct health care services across an entire organization with a Healthcare Administration Certificate from PA College.
Whether you’re a clinician looking to build your leadership skills or you’re working outside the health care field, our online Healthcare Administration Certificate can help grow your career opportunities and equip you to lead.
In this professional certificate program, you’ll build your knowledge of health care policies and management practices. You’ll learn how to keep up with ever-changing laws, regulations and technologies and create a framework of success across a variety of health care settings.
PA College cannot guarantee clinical rotations for students who have not received the COVID-19 vaccine.
In addition to meeting general admission requirements, applicants must meet the following program-specific requirements:
Prospective students are eligible to enroll the healthcare administration certificate program if one of the following applies:
- Students currently enrolled in one of PA College’s bachelor’s degree programs can work with their academic advisor to outline the most efficient way to schedule courses to earn this certificate at the same time as their bachelor’s degree.
- Applicants who have earned their associate or bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution may apply. Each applicant will be considered to determine if they have the prerequisite knowledge to be successful.
- Applicants who have at least 2,080 hours (one year of full-time work) of healthcare administration can also apply. Applicants will be considered to determine if they have the prerequisite knowledge to be successful.
- English composition and college-level math, or the equivalents, are required prerequisites.