Online Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Management

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Shape the future of healthcare with a healthcare management degree

Become a leader in one of today’s fastest-growing fields with a healthcare management degree from Lynn University. Explore the business side of the healthcare industry, the largest employer in the United States, and help people get the care they need by making sure organizations that provide it run smoothly and efficiently. The curriculum of our healthcare management online degree is connected to market needs, so you can take what you learn in the classroom and immediately apply it to your workplace.

What you can expect from a bachelor’s in healthcare management:

  • A solid foundation in the healthcare industry and modern business practices
  • An education from an innovative and international university
  • The boundless opportunities of a degree that’s 100% online and adapts to your schedule
  • Practical skills and a versatile business education that can help advance your career

The College of Business and Management at Lynn University is accredited by IACBE.

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Quick facts

Start dates: 3 times a year
Next term: Aug. 26–May 5
Learning format: 100% online
Program length: 4 years

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Maximize your potential in healthcare management

In the online healthcare management degree program, you’ll dive into the business side of the healthcare industry and emerge with the knowledge and skills you’ll need to be an effective healthcare leader.

Here's what you’ll study in the healthcare management degree program:

  • Healthcare operations and population health management
  • Business operations and regulations, policies, risk management and ethics
  • Finance and governance, strategy and the principles of economics
  • Political, economic and social impacts on the healthcare industry

Here’s how we’ll support you

As a student, you will be assigned a student success manager who will serve as your primary point of contact throughout the program—from course registration to tracking your progress. Learn more about the support you’ll receive from your student success manager.

Career opportunities

Earn your bachelor’s degree in healthcare management and prepare for a number of roles, including:

  • Healthcare manager
  • Health services manager
  • Medical manager
  • Patient services manager
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Admission and tuition

The enrollment deadline is coming soon; view upcoming start dates and application deadlines.

Candidates must provide the following:

  • Completed application
  • Personal statement
  • Official transcripts

To get started, create a profile for Lynn's personalized application portal and fill out an application.

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Online bachelor’s in healthcare management tuition: $375 per credit
Fees: $200
Annual total: $11,450

Cost estimates are based on completion of 120 total credits (30 credits per year). Instructional material fees are a one-time charge and do not apply to students who reside internationally or who provide their own iPad and required apps. Some programs and courses may have additional costs.

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Earning your Lynn University online bachelor’s in healthcare management may be more affordable than you expect. Explore scholarship, grant and loan opportunities to find out how much you could save.

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Best online bachelor's programs and best value: Source: U.S. News and World Report, Best Online Bachelor's Degrees and Best Value

Employment and career advancement: Actual outcomes vary by geographic area, previous work experience and opportunities for employment. Lynn University does not guarantee employment placement or career advancement.

Healthcare — fastest-growing field: Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Healthcare Occupations, National long-term projections may not reflect local and/or short-term economic or job conditions, and do not guarantee actual job growth.

Healthcare — largest employer in the United States: Source: U.S. Census Bureau,

Number of Lynn students: Academic statistics as of Spring 2022