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Healthcare Management

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"Here's an amazing opportunity to expand your professional horizon." 
Mark Amman, Professor and Department Chair, Physical and Life Sciences
Program Advantages: 
  • Build on your associate degree to complete a bachelor’s degree 100% online
  • Seven-week courses, to gain valuable career skills
  • Learn from exceptional faculty
Professional Outlook: 

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (USBLS), occupations and industries related to healthcare are projected to add the most new jobs between 2014 and 2024. Of the 30 occupations projected to have the largest percentage increase between 2014 and 2024, 14 are related to healthcare. Employment of healthcare occupations is projected to grow 19 percent from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the average for all occupations, adding about 2.3 million new jobs.

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Contact: 
Mark Amman
607-578-3694
Pioneer Quotes: 

"Here's an amazing opportunity to expand your professional horizon. You’ve started a great technical career and have become very successful over the years. And now you see the need to mentor your colleagues. What credential do I need to validate that? The healthcare management completion program is just for you! Convenient seven-week courses are available completely online, taught by experts in the field……a perfect promotion!" -Mark Amman, Professor and Department Chair Physical and Life Sciences

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Physical & Life Sciences
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"The healthcare management BTech program allows you to complete your baccalaureate degree 100% online. This upper division program is designed to allow a student or working professional, who has earned an associate degree (AAS, AA, or AS) in a health-related area, to complete a bachelor’s degree. The program targets individuals currently working in a laboratory, radiology, records, occupational therapy, surgical technology, paramedic, or ultrasound setting and seeking advancement into management or administrative positions." -Dr. Kristin Poppo, Provost