Healthcare Management

Help save lives by becoming a leader in the ever-expanding field of health services. Rollins’ bachelor’s degree in healthcare management will help you gain the necessary skills and knowledge you need to improve lives, care for others, and foster health.

Our healthcare management degree combines the managerial expertise you’d gain from a business program—including managing people, money, and operations—with the service mentality that’s so critical in the healthcare sector. So whether you go on to work at a hospital, long-term care facility, group practice, pharmacy, or public health department, you’ll be expertly positioned to help facilities run smoothly to ensure patients receive the best care possible.

Top 3 Reasons to Finish Your Healthcare Management Degree at Rollins

  1. Real-World Experience

    You’re guaranteed to gain relevant experience you can add to your resume through customized internships with local healthcare partners, from major hospital systems such as AdventHealth to nonprofits such as the Down Syndrome Association of Central Florida and Shepherd’s Hope.

  2. Community Building

    Through our community engagement courses, you’ll develop solutions for local nonprofits, including Winter Park Community Health Center, Orange County Public Health Department, and the American Lung Association.

  3. A Focus on Care

    Helping patients is the heart of the medical industry, and our faculty will encourage you to minor in psychology or communication studies to better understand why patients react the way they do and how to communicate effectively.

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Expert Faculty

Our healthcare management faculty are not just dedicated teachers—they’re also working professionals in the field. That means you’ll learn from a range of experts, including current clinicians, attorneys, financial experts, and former CEOs. Their vast expertise and mentorship will give you the necessary foundation to excel in the healthcare sector. And our small class sizes will help you foster relationships with them—as well as the people and organizations in Central Florida that will best position you to find a job after you earn your degree.

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Did You Know?

The average annual salary for healthcare administrators in the U.S. is $81,078, and the field is expected to add nearly 140,000 jobs by 2030.

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Accelerate Your Expertise

Rollins offers an accelerated graduate program that allows you to simultaneously earn credit toward your bachelor’s in healthcare management and a master’s in public health. Find out how our accelerated master’s program save you time and money and increase your earning potential.

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Streamlined Admission

No application fee. No standardized tests required. No more excuses.