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Health Services Administration Program

Drexel University's College of Nursing and Health Professions provides a bachelor of science degree program in health services administration for students seeking to qualify for administrative/managerial positions in the ever-expanding healthcare sector in such settings as hospitals, clinics, managed care companies, health insurance companies, law offices, and health marketing firms.

In addition, the program provides an online, as well as in-class, minor in health services administration for Drexel undergraduate students seeking bachelor's degrees in other majors.

Applicants may choose from three tracks including a four-year co-operative education (co-op) track for eligible full-time students. Non–co-op part-time tracks (which may be fully online or exclusively on Saturdays) are also available for transfer students.

If you have an interest in management, health services administration will prepare you for a variety of settings.

Students in the Health Services Administration Program will take their nonmajor courses at the Main Campus in University City in West Philadelphia. Courses in the major will be offered at the Center City Campus, adjacent to Tenet Healthcare's Hahnemann University Hospital, in downtown Philadelphia. Free Drexel University bus transportation is available at 15–20 minute intervals to shuttle students between the two campuses.

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The Health Services Administration Program (HSAD) is an affiliate member of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration. The B.S. in Health Services Administration Program follows the key competency areas outlined by the National Center for Healthcare Leadership.