Reinhardt Launches Online Degree Completion Program in Health Care Administration

Reinhardt Launches Online Degree Completion Program in Healthcare Administration

The healthcare field is one of the largest economic sectors in the American economy, and it’s growing at a rapid pace. With constant changes in healthcare technology, regulations and knowledge, those in the field need solid management skill-sets. As a result, Reinhardt University introduces a bachelor’s degree completion program in Healthcare Administration with classes to begin January 2013. This online program is designed to meet the needs of the non-traditional student. 

“Reinhardt’s program in healthcare administration responds to those needs by preparing students who already have an associate degree or the equivalent  college credit to move up within their current organization to administration positions,” said Phil Unger, program coordinator. “It also allows those working or moving into the healthcare field to earn a bachelor’s degree in healthcare.”

Transfer up to 72 credits.

The 51- credit program also offers an attractive option for students from area technical schools who want to complete their Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Administration. The University has articulation agreements with several area technical schools that allow students the advantage of transferring up to 72 credits into the program.

Learn from qualified instructors.

“Flexibility, convenience and quality degree programming underscore the basic needs of the adult learner. Students have clear advantages in the program,” said Unger. “They can complete the course work in 18 months, and they learn from instructors who have the academic and professional experience to teach subject matter in the healthcare field. Another positive aspect of the program is that even though the program is online, students will still have ample opportunities to communicate with faculty.”

Register today!

Students enrolled in the program also receive an iPad to assure the seamless delivery of course content and other materials. For information about the program, visit or contact Ray Schumacher, admissions counselor, at 770-720-9191 or