Health Administration Degree Program FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What are the admissions requirements for the online B.S. in Health Administration program?
A: The admissions requirements for the online health administration degree include:

  • Official high school transcript or GED transcript
  • A GPA of 2.0
  • One letter of recommendation (for first-time undergraduate students only)
  • A personal essay

Q: How long does it take to earn the health administration bachelor's degree?
A: There are six terms per year for the online B.S. in Health Administration. You can study part-time or full-time, and complete your degree in two to four years.

Q: Do I have to be on campus at any time during the program?
A: All of the coursework in this degree program is delivered completely online. If you decide to complete an optional internship, there may be in-person hours required.

Q: How long is each class term?
A: Each class term is eight weeks.

Q: Are there prerequisites required?
A: No, there are no prerequisites required for this program.

Q: Can I transfer credits?
A: Yes, you can transfer up to 75 credits toward your health administration bachelor's degree. Learn more about this program's coursework here.

Q: What kinds of jobs are available to me upon graduating with this degree?
A: With your online health administration degree, you can pursue several positions in a variety of work environments. You might manage teams in nursing facilities, hospitals, clinics, managed care, pharmaceutical companies, and medical device companies. You could also find a position in human resources, medical sales and marketing, biotechnology, project management, and business analysis for insurance companies. Read more about health administration career opportunities here.

Q: Is this program accredited?
A: This program is offered through our IACBE-accredited business school and is up for ​accreditation review in 2024.

Q: I have so many other questions about online learning, student support, tuition, etc.
A: You’ll find many of the answers on our General FAQ Page. You can also call 877-265-3201 to speak with a Program Manager right away, or request more information and we’ll contact you.

Anna Maria College was approved by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to participate in SARA, and became a SARA institution in 2021. At this time, only California is not a member state. If you reside in California and are interested in taking an online class at Anna Maria College, or for more information about our participation in SARA, click here.