Bachelor of Health
Administration (Post Diploma)
(Three years—90 credits)
effective September 1, 2005
The Bachelor of Health
Administration (Post Diploma) is open to holders of approved two-
or three-year diplomas from an accredited college or technical institute. Students complete the program regulations in effect at the time
of their enrolment.
The English writing skills requirement
255 or ADMN
233) will be waived if you satisfy one of the following:
pass the Alberta Universities Writing Competence Test. Students who complete the Alberta Universities Writing Competence Test must replace these three credits with any three credits at the junior or senior level. For information
about this test contact an Athabasca University Learning Centre.
Refer to Section
8.12 Learning Centres;
have a grade of B- (70 percent) or
better in an Athabasca University English
course above the preparatory
receive transfer credit for an English course in which a grade
B- or better was achieved.
Total credits in the program
Maximum block credit transfer from college
Residency requirement. A minimum of 24 credits must be obtained through Athabasca University.
Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition credits
Enrolment Requirement for Business
Holders of approved two-year diplomas in business administration,
or in related fields, may be awarded up to 60 credits towards this
90-credit degree. Holders of approved three-year diplomas in business
administration may be awarded up to 66 credits towards this degree.
In order to be awarded a block transfer of 60 credits, students
must have completed the following courses
(18 credits) or the equivalent.