Why Study Health Administration?

Quick Facts

General Education - 37-41 Hours
Health Administration - 54 Hours
Electives - 25-29 Hours
Total for Degree - 120 Hours

Full Program Requirements

Business is booming in American healthcare, and health administrators are on the front lines. Governors State’s Bachelor of Health Administration (BHA) prepares students with knowledge, skills, and values to work in entry-level management positions in various healthcare originations or to pursue the graduate education in health administration, policy, health law, health services research, and other health related fields.

The BHA program values diversity and inclusion, dedication of faculty to students education, and partnership with the community.

For more information about our program, download the BHA fact sheet! 

Reach your career goals.
Health Administration employment rate is expected to grow 20% faster than the average employment rate. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2018, the median pay for a medical and health service manager was $99,730/year. Top places of employment include hospitals, government, outpatient care centers, offices of physicians, nursing, and residential care facilities. 

Full Certification:
The Health Administration major is fully certified by the Association of University Programs in Health Administration.

AUPHA-logo

Contact:
Office of Admissions
admission@govst.edu
708.534.4990

Pamela Penn, M.A., Undergraduate Academic Advisor – BHA
pstipanich@govst.edu
708.235.2840
Office: G184 

Transfer Partnership

Governors State University's partnership with Kankakee Community College offers transfer students a seamless transition into the final semesters of their undergraduate program. Learn more about our university partnership with the video below: