health care system is faced with challenges from all directions;
rising costs, shortage of human resources, and its aging population.
Athabasca University's Bachelor of Health Administration
program is designed to help health care administrators and managers
meet these challenges. By developing organizational, analytical,
and managerial skills, the program enables graduate students to
seek innovative ways of meeting the increasing demands on Canada's
health care system. To receive more information about this program, please contact Athabasca University's Center for State and Legal Studies. Students complete the program regulations in effect at the time
of their enrolment.
Second Undergraduate Degree
Students who hold a recognized first degree and who wish to obtain an AU undergraduate degree in a different subject area, must apply under the second undergraduate degree regulations. These students may transfer in up to 50 per cent (45 credits) into the three-year degree program, based on course work in the first degree that is applicable. Preparatory (100 level) credits cannot be used to fulfill the requirements of a second undergraduate degree.
Athabasca University advisors have developed a program plan to assist you. Counselling Services offers an assessment Web site, "Mapping Your Future: Your Career and Athabasca University." Athabasca University has also developed program learning outcomes that describe the career options that may be available to you upon graduating.
Students are strongly encouraged to register in ADMN 233 or ENGL 255 and PHIL 252 early in their program. Students must also meet the English Writing Skills Requirement in order to graduate.