The BSHA Program is designed to integrate a foundation of general education and applied sciences with the expertise that prepares the graduate for professional careers in a variety of health care or related health settings. The BSHA curriculum addresses the basic body of knowledge, understanding, and skills identified as relevant to health care services such as management, finance and accounting, legal and ethical parameters, health and disease factors, and human and information resources. In addition, the long term care major allows the student to gain initial educational preparation for the myriad of opportunities within this health care arena. The continuum of long term care has grown and expanded from the old traditional view to now encompass a wide range of comprehensive health, mental health and social services that spans a vast numbers of organizations. Long term care and the resources needed to provide services will offer many opportunities and challenges for health care in the coming decades. This 60-credit major fulfills only part of the 120-minimum credit requirement (124 for Kansas students) for degree completion.
||Bachelor of Science in Health Administration/Long Term Care|
||Health & Medical/Healthcare|
||Grand Rapids, Michigan|
||University of Phoenix-West Michigan Campus|