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Online health services administration degrees

Is a health services administration degree right for me?

Whether you want to learn new skills or pursue leadership in the dynamic field of health care, a Strayer health services administration degree can help you find your path in health services. You can build a solid foundation in key aspects of business, accounting and health services administration. You’ll also be able to develop your management and decision-making skills.

Spring classes start on April 1

This program is currently not approved for federal financial aid by the U.S. Department of Education (ED).

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Why choose Strayer?

Cost-saving programs from
beginning to end

We’re making our education more affordable from start to finish with savings of up to 40% on your bachelor’s degree.

  • Access gen eds at no cost
  • Earn tuition-free bachelor’s classes at the end of your program
  • Save up to $25K on your bachelor’s degree

Career resources at the start
of your degree

Planning your career early can put you on the path to achieving your goals more quickly. That’s why we offer career support the moment you start your program at Strayer. You’ll have access to our Career Center, Student Outreach Assistance Resource (SOAR) and an admissions officer to help you update your resume, learn to network and develop yourself professionally while you learn.

Transfer credit

Strayer accepts transfer credits as well as certifications. The transfer process involves three easy steps. Transfers are accepted from most schools. 

No-cost gen eds provided by Strayer University affiliate Sophia Learning. Package assumes taking 10 Sophia courses,
no other transfer credits, remaining continuously enrolled in your Strayer degree program and using the Strayer Graduation Fund.
Eligibility rules, restrictions and exclusions apply. Connect with us for details.

This program is currently not approved for federal financial aid by the U.S. Department of Education (ED).

Frequently asked questions

Choose an accredited university offering a degree program that supports your career goals. Gather your transcripts, financial aid information and a resume to prepare for your application.

Strayer structures its health services administration programs around relevant skills and encourages students to focus on their professional goals. As a student, you have access to our Career Center and other resources to help you reach your goals.

Strayer’s online degree programs give you greater flexibility than a standard classroom schedule. You can attend classes from anywhere and work at a pace that suits you. Once enrolled, you instantly have access to course content, schedules, assignments and lessons. You also have the opportunity to interact online with other students, faculty, advisors and coaches.

Yes. Our simple transfer process rewards the work you’ve already done by letting you potentially transfer credits for up to 28 bachelor’s classes from accredited institutions. Transfer requests are reviewed by the Office of the Registrar which shall make the final determination on transfer credit eligibility.

You’ll need a high school diploma or its equivalent, a government-issued ID and a completed application and enrollment agreement.

Yes! From the Graduation Fund to the employer tuition assistance program, Strayer offers plenty of ways to fund your education. Connect with us to explore your funding options or visit our scholarship page for more details.

Our online Career Center is your hub for resources to develop your career goals and navigate your job search. From resume and interview guidance to networking groups and a job portal, our Career Center can help you map out your professional path and move forward. Access our vast digital library of webinars, videos and tools on demand. Or connect with a career coach for support.

Student advisory boards are made up of student representatives from geographical campus locations. They serve as liaisons between students and campus leadership, which helps strengthen communication between students and Strayer staff. They also create a sense of community for students, provide opportunities to connect and ultimately ensure that your questions, comments and concerns are heard.