Program Mission

Consistent with the mission of the Governors State University (GovState), the mission of the Bachelor of Health Administration Program (BHA) of the Department of Health Administration and Informatics is to prepare a diverse student population with knowledge, skills, and values to work in entry-level management positions in various healthcare originations, to pursue the graduate education in health administration or any other field, and to positively impact the well-being of the communities BHA serves.

Program Vision

The vision of the Bachelor of Health Administration Program is to be recognized locally and nationally as a premier educational program for traditional, minorities, and underserved populations of students and to produce graduates who will contribute to the improvement of healthcare delivery and health of the individuals in the communities in which they live and work.

Program Values

  • Excellence: The Program is committed to educating individuals who will become engaged and cultivated citizens to make a significant and lasting contribution to the healthcare management profession.
  • Integrity: The Program seeks to develop students with strong moral character, ethical behavior, and an unwavering commitment to honesty in all actions.
  • Diversity: The Program embraces different backgrounds and values different perspectives and approaches to enhance education and learning.
  • Innovation: The Program opens to new ideas and approaches in the creation, transmission, and preservation of knowledge.
  • Lifelong Learning: The Program values lifelong learning for the continuous development of knowledge and skills required by the dynamic and ever-changing healthcare sector.