The Bachelor of Science in Public Health with a Health Services Administration concentration is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in health care management, as well as establish a foundation for graduate work in health policy and management.
Students pursuing the Health Services Administration concentration have the opportunity to analyze and evaluate:
Students who graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Public Health with a Health Services Administration concentration can enter the workforce in areas such as:
Most health services administrators work in an office environment and are in charge of planning, coordinating, supervising and managing different kinds of healthcare facilities and staff. They are responsible for organizing the financing and delivery of care within these facilities.
Their responsibilities vary depending on the size and operations of the health facility they oversee, but all the positions require solid leadership and managerial skills, as well as organization, strong communication skills and attention to detail.
If you're interested in pursuing career opportunities in health services administration, Kent State University can help you prepare. Learn more about this industry and the many other public health careers available today.
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