Health Care Management BBA

Bachelor of Business Administration: Online

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Health care needs compassionate, ambitious and energetic leaders. At Parker, our business students are driven, and we prepare them to lead the industry forward. Our fully online Health Care Management degree offers students flexibility while maintaining the rigorous standards expected at Parker. Students learn business essentials with a focus on health care processes, positioning our graduates to become industry leaders.

Our Mission

The mission of the Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Health Care Management is to provide a well-rounded education integrating the principles of business and health care where graduates are prepared to serve as leaders in the health care industry and their community.


Growth Rate

Employment of medical and health services managers is projected to grow 32 percent from 2019 to 2029.

New Jobs

133,200 projected new jobs for medical and health services managers between 2019 and 2029.

Median Income

The median annual wage for medical and health services managers was $100,980 in May 2019.

Why Choose Parker


Parker’s Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Health Care Management program is geared toward building an understanding of the methods, principles, and tools crucial to advance in today’s health care management landscape.

Our diverse curriculum offers courses devoted to Health Care Management and business-focused courses including accounting, marketing, and finance that explore the broad range of responsibilities that face today’s leading health care managers.

Career Preparation

Parker’s Bachelor of Business Administration program prepares its graduates to:

  • Lead and develop teams within health care institutions and clinics that are efficient, focused, and flexible
  • Implement strategies to best assess performance, improve processes, and strengthen the quality of patient care
  • Evaluate existing research using quantitative and statistical tools to assist in decision making
  • Identify, evaluate, and respond to common types of ethical dilemmas
  • Apply mathematical and computing concepts to support information systems and database access
  • Employ interpersonal and written communication skills to accomplish goals and objectives
  • Evaluate the impact of information systems and technology on health care processes and the securing of health information


At Parker, we hold ourselves to higher standards. Through rigorous standards, constant innovation and an impulse to serve, we elevate health care education. Together, we are in the pursuit of higher health.