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The Bachelor of Science in Health Administration degree is designed to be the second step after the completions of the Associate of Art in Health Care Administration. Whereas the Associate's degree program was designed to teach basic and fundamental skills in the health care field, the Bachelor's degree program in Health Administration builds on the skills learned from the first two years. This degree program will continue in teaching the necessary specialized skills to the student, but in a more targeted and concentrated way.

The basic skills learned in the first two years are a required prerequisite and include critical thinking, writing and utilization of information. These skills were taught through courses such as humanities, communication arts, mathematics, social and life sciences. Then, the student moved on to more concentrated skill building through courses such as Introduction to Health Care, the Language of Health Care, the Psychology of Health Care, Health and Diseases, Financial Mattes for the Health Care Professional and Communication Skills for the Health Care Professional.

Once completed with the courses, the student should not only have learned the skills needed, and required, to move on to the bachelor degree program, but also shown proficiency in then as well. The skills include examining the United States Health care system, examining and discussing the state of health and disease, knowledge of the workings of health care law and ethics, knowledge of psychology and the financial operations of the health care system, among others.

Once the student has all the requirements, he will start to build on those skills through more intense and concentrated classes. The student, once he completes the degree program, will be able to show a lever of proficiency with the specialized skills needed to advance and succeed in the health care field. These degree course concentration classes will also prepare the student for a real-world work environment, public and private, within the health care industry.

The bachelor of Science I Health Administration will address the fundamental bodies of knowledge and understanding of the areas critical to the area of health care Administration including management, financial and accounting, legal and ethical parameters, health and disease and human informational recourses. Because this healthcare bachelors degree is advanced, it builds on skills already acquired; the core curriculum courses are focused a bit more on the specialized skills necessary to pursue a future in the field of health care administration.

The courses include offerings such as health care delivery, where the student learns about the various forms of service delivery of patients, such as ambulatory and long-term care. health care communication strategies where the student will learn to communicate effectively in a variety of work place settings. Public and community health in which the student will learn to examine the environmental factors on disease trends and communicable disease control. These, along with many other targeted concentration courses will help the students gather the specialized skills they need to work in the field of Health are administration.

The Bachelor of Science in Health Management is a specialized degree program and is designed as the second step on the journey to the completion of the student's educational and professional goals. If the student successfully completes these courses, they will have gained the knowledge and specialized, fundamental skills they need and are required to continue in the field of Health Care.