Prepare for a leadership role within dynamic healthcare organizations.

If your goal is to make a difference in the healthcare field at the system level, Lewis University’s degree in Healthcare Management will equip you with the knowledge and skills to lead organizations in this rapidly evolving field.

The healthcare industry is moving at a rapid pace – new reforms, new technologies, longer life expectancies, etc. These factors and more will require dynamic, ethical leaders ready to take on the challenges of providing effective healthcare.

You will learn trends in global healthcare systems and healthcare reform, adaptive communication styles across audience types and organizational lines, healthcare business and financial methodologies, and ethical decision-making unique to the healthcare industry providing the best health outcomes possible.

Sample Courses

  • United States Healthcare System
  • Communication in Healthcare Organizations
  • Quality Management in Healthcare
  • Managing Health Information Systems
  • Financial Management in Healthcare
  • Healthcare Data Analytics
  • Healthcare Operations Management
  • Healthcare Management Practicum


For added convenience, we offer this degree program in a completely flexible online format.

Career Areas

  • Doctor’s Office Manager
  • Medical Records Manager
  • Billing Manager Ambulatory Service Center Manager
  • Dental Office Manager
  • Hospital/Medical Institutions (multiple departments)

Admission Requirements

  • Complete an online application at
  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale) based on all transferable courses
  • Official transcripts from all institutions previously attended

Please refer to the Office of Admission for application requirements and specific next steps.

Market Demand

According to the U.S. Department of Labor - Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Medical and Health Services Managers have a job outlook projected growth of 32% from 2020 to 2030, with approximately 51,800 job openings projected for each year. Medical and health services managers held about 402,540 jobs in 2020. The larger employers of medical and health services managers were as follows: Hospitals (33%), Offices of physicians (12%), Nursing and residential care facilities (10%) Government (9%), and Outpatient care centers (7%).


For more information contact the Office of Admission at

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