The Bachelor of Arts in Health Care Administration will prepare you to develop, plan and manage operations and services within the health care industry. Courses are designed to broaden your academic foundation and develop skills in order to interact with other professionals in the field. Instruction includes business management, health care resource allocation, policy-making, and health law and regulations. 


  • Cohort of 7-20 adults progress through the program together
  • Cohort groups meet face-to-face for class one night per week
  • Experienced faculty and assignments that apply to everyday life
  • Students come from a variety of life stages and cultural backgrounds
  • Courses are offered in a blended face-to-face/online format

Career opportunities

Graduates from the health care administration program are prepared for work as independent mid-level managers within the health care industry, including hospitals, private groups and doctors’ offices.

Program director

Peggy Avakian
Peggy Avakian, Ph.D

Associate Professor of Education

Admission requirements

  • 60 transferable baccalaureate-level units
  • Minimum 2.4 GPA
  • Application form
  • $40 fee (fee is waived for those attending an information meeting)
  • Official high school transcripts or diploma
  • Official college transcripts
  • Recommendation form