Online courses give our healthcare administration students flexibility. Internships provide real-world experience.
Health care is a rapidly growing and ever more complicated field. That’s why the demand for skilled health-care administrators is expected to grow faster than the national average for other occupations.
The University of Toledo’s healthcare administration program gives students the knowledge and skills to manage health-care organizations. Take courses in quality improvement, leadership and management, problem solving and financial management.
UToledo students graduate with a minor in business in our four-year program. They get practical experience through internships in hospitals and other health-care organizations.
UToledo also offers a 2+2 program for working professionals who already have an associate’s degree in a health-related field. Earn your bachelor’s degree in just two years.
The healthcare administration program is housed within the College of Health and Human Services in the School of Population Health.
UToledo graduates of the healthcare administration program are well prepared for administrative positions in:
Many health-care administrators eventually enter graduate school. A master’s degree is often required for employment as a senior-level health care executive.
UToledo updates course offerings to stay relevant to current issues in health-care management.
Nearly all of our undergrads complete an internship. Undergraduates gain practical experience in a hospital, nursing home, insurance company or other health-care facility.