Sometimes, you just want to be part of a caring environment. But you don't have to become a doctor or a nurse to do so. The Health Services Administration program prepares you to do the important jobs in information systems, finance, marketing and planning, so that the medical practitioners can do theirs.
Xavier Health Services Administration graduates are employed, enrolled in a full-time graduate program or volunteering within 90 days of graduation.
Major in long-term care for a career in retirement centers, home care agencies or other elder-care areas, or in information management in preparation for careers in hospitals, insurance companies, pharmaceutical or other health services organizations.
Understanding the ins and outs of the business world is essential to being a successful health administrator. Every health services student earns a minor in business administration to help prepare for the management side of health care.
Join the Health Services Club to organize networking events, visit health care organizations and participate in charity events. It's open to all undergraduates, but focuses on careers in health administration.
Average size of classes
Hospitals within 10 miles of campus
Xavier graduates across the globe
Students have access to a mentor
Shortly after graduating last May with a Health Services Administration degree, Kelsey Minix found herself in Belize, Central America, working in public health. But the position and the people she met led her in a direction she did not expect—helping stop domestic abuse.
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