Lauren G. Pete, J.D., Ph.D., Chairperson
John Sardelis, Dr.P.H., Associate Chairperson
The Bachelor of Science degree in Health Administration promotes the career and educational advancement of health care professionals, improves the health care delivery system, and meets the needs of the individuals and communities which that system serves.
This major fosters the development of knowledge skills, intellectual skills, and personal value systems. The program provides students with the opportunity to explore and understand diverse ideas and cultures as they relate to the provision of health care services.
In addition to having met the general admission requirements of Professional Studies, students typically have postsecondary education and training and have acquired, through experience, the skills and knowledge appropriate to the degree. Exceptions to this are made with the approval of the Dean.
A minimum of 21 credits with an HA identifier must be taken at St. Joseph’s College (MAT 151 may be applied toward this requirement).
The Department reserves the right to require an additional English writing course(s) at any point in a student’s program if deemed appropriate based on the student’s writing level.