FIU Health Services Administration at the Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing & Health Sciences emphasizes ethical change management, interprofessional collaboration, leadership, informatics and communication so these professionals can manage and shape policy in a fast-changing, fast-paced technological environment.
The Bachelor of Health Services Administration (BHSA) degree program qualifies graduates for entry-level management positions in a variety of health-related organizations. It also prepares them for graduate studies in health service administration or other related health sciences programs.
The 60-credit, upper-level curriculum underscores systems engineering and financial management of health organizations, health services research, economics, politics and legal aspects of health systems, and program planning and evaluation.
The program can be completed part-time or full-time.
Limit on # of students admitted
Choose Your Learning TrackTraditional (face-to-face) BHSA
- Classes in the traditional BHSA curriculum are taught face to face on ground at the Biscayne Bay Campus. Elective courses and the tracks may be offered on campus (Biscayne Bay and Modesto A. Maidique Campuses) or online.
- Offered solely through the FIU ONLINE platform, which reflects the highly technological environment associated with the field. Visit the BHSA site at FIU ONLINE for more information.