Public Health & Health Services Administration

Health Services Administration

The degree in Health Services Administration qualifies graduates for a range of entry-level positions in the health care delivery system, such as department manager in a hospital, director of a convalescent hospital, managed care negotiator, clinic manager, or administrator of a public health program. The curriculum addresses the business skills related to operation of healthcare organizations as well as the organization of the healthcare system. The Health Services Administration program is a fully certified undergraduate member of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA).

Why choose a career in Health Services Administration?

Major in Health Services Administration


Minor in Health Services Administration

The Minor in Health Services Administration enables students to expand career potential with courses in the health care management field. The minor is especially suited for students in business, economics, public administration, public relations, nursing, psychology, and sociology.


Stan Salinas
Department of Public Health & Health Services Administration
Butte Hall, office 607A

Make an appointment with Bookings (opens in new window)