Online BS/BAS in Accounting: Health Care Administration Concentration
Specialize with MU’s Health Care Accounting Degree
CPA Exam Preparation
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- Duration 3.5 years
- Cost per Credit $400
- Credit Hours 62-124
- BS or BAS option
- No application fee
- Transfer up to 93 credit hours
- Eight-week terms
Make a Difference in Health Care with Specialized Accounting Skills
Help health care companies minimize risk and explore new revenue streams as a specialized accountant. Enroll in Methodist University’s accredited health care accounting degree program and complete your studies through a convenient online format.
MU’s 100% online BS or BAS in Accounting degree – Health Care Administration takes you into the world of health care, preparing you with in-demand coding skills. Learn to coordinate between health care providers and insurance companies, including contract negotiations and claims appeals. Build competency in accounting for health care organizations through familiarity with medical terminology, providers, and more to secure your desired position. Graduate with hours and skills needed to certify to enter specialist roles in diagnostic offices, hospitals, private practice, or care centers.
Career Outlook: Become a Leader in Diverse Health Care Settings
With the online health care accounting degree, you’ll ultimately be equipped to enter a rapidly expanding industry. As more employers aim to hire experienced accounting professionals to coordinate new business activities, the need for qualified accountants with a familiarity of health care environments is rising. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, medical and health services management positions are expected to grow by 32% through 2030. Additionally, those who occupy these roles are expected to earn an average salary of $101,340.1
As a budget analyst, you would be responsible for gathering appropriate and relevant financial records to craft an even, practical budget. As a result, you would be directly involved in helping health care organizations make major business decisions regarding their spending and growth options. There are currently 52,500 budget analyst positions in the United States, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Financial analysts primarily help private organizations make important, informed investment decisions. In a health care setting, you would assist administrators in balancing prudent spending options as they aim to offer the best possible care. Financial analyst positions are expected to grow by 6% through 2030, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Other titles you may qualify for:
- Financial Manager
- Cost Estimator
Curriculum: Learn the Business of Health Care
The health care accounting degree online will allow you to engage with a variety of topics that will prepare you for success in health care administration. Topics covered in the health care concentration include medical terminology, health care organizational management, health care informatics, and strategic management.
Course Spotlight: HCA 3500 Economics and Finance of Health Care Organizations
Understand how direct business measures connect the systems of health care organizations. In this course, you will explore market trends that currently determine the best practices of the business of health care.Preview Courses
Course Spotlight: HCA 3050 Managing Health Care Organizations
Gain a unique insight into the inner workings of how health care organizations function at a business level. In the course, you’ll engage with coursework that will prepare you to lead across an array of health care organizational contexts.
Complete an Internationally Accredited Program
Methodist University’s BS/BAS in Accounting – Health Care Administration is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). ACBSP accreditation is a global recognition of the student-centered learning and teaching model utilized in MU’s accounting program. Our ACBSP accreditation benefits students by ensuring a rigorous curriculum taught by expert faculty, implementation of a continuous improvement model, and training in the skills employers want in order to provide a maximum return on students’ educational investment.
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More than 97% of students receive significant financial aid off the “sticker price” of $49,600, making the value of an MU degree unmatched. A variety of scholarships are available for Methodist University’s online programs.
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Yes! The program accepts up to 93 transfer credit hours, pending departmental approval.
The first step is to start your application. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page, or call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable admissions representative dedicated to personalizing your enrollment experience.
Yes. All of Methodist University’s online programs are regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).
Additionally, Methodist University’s Reeves School of Business is nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) to offer the BS/BAS in Accounting: Health Care Administration concentration.
The online accounting degree is available in both part-time and full-time options. Call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable counselor dedicated to personalizing your enrollment experience.
Professionals who work in health care management oversee the efficiency and financial health of an organization, while those in health care administration often focus on staffing needs and patient services. For more information, contact an enrollment counselor at 910.212.4956.
- “Medical and Health Services Managers.” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved on August 30, 2022 from https://www.bls.gov/.
- “Budget Analysts.” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved on August 30, 2022 from https://www.bls.gov/.
- “Financial Analysts.” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved on August 30, 2022 from https://www.bls.gov/.