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HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

Summary

  • Duration: 82 Weeks
  • Earn an Associate of Applied Science degree
  • Subjects Include: Biology, Compliance, Billing, and Psychology
  • Prepare for Entry-Level Administrative Positions

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HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION, ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE

If you’re interested in the medical field and administration, and if you’re an organized person who enjoys working with others, Florida Career College’s Health Services Administration program could be the first step to a career you love. This degree-level program provides students with general education courses as well as program-specific coursework in areas including medical terminology, information technology, and medical records.

Summary

  • Duration: 82 Weeks
  • Earn an Associate of Applied Science degree
  • Subjects Include: Biology, Compliance, Billing, and Psychology
  • Prepare for Entry-Level Administrative Positions

Career Outcomes

In this program you’ll learn a range of administrative skills and knowledge that are key to managing an office in a medical or health care setting. Graduates of this program receive an Associate of Applied Science degree and are qualified for entry-level office positions such as:

  • Office Manager
  • Nurse Manager
  • Program Manager
  • Practice Administrator

About This Program

This 82-week program covers a range of subjects valuable to working in a health care office setting, such as biology, medical records, health industry laws, human resources, billing and insurance forms, and effective communication. Upon completing the program, students will receive an Associate of Applied Science degree.

Course Titles

Credits

Professional Development (Humanities)

3.33

Health Information Technology and Management

2.67

Healthcare Delivery in the United States

3.33

Essentials of Healthcare Compliance

2.67

Healthcare Management and Administration

3.33

Healthcare Customer Relations and Outcomes

2.67

Human Resources and Public Relations

3.33

Allied Health Diploma Transfer Credits

32.0

ONLINE DISTANCE LEARNING
Classes Starting
June 15th, 2020!§

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