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UNF among best healthcare management programs in country

Dr. LaRee Moody The University of North Florida has been ranked one of the 25 Best Bachelor's in Healthcare Management programs in the country, according to College Rank, an authority in college and university rankings.

“Jacksonville is a growing medical hub and we are uniquely situated to provide our students with real-world internships that can move directly into careers with leading healthcare groups like Mayo Clinic, Baptist Health, Brooks Rehabilitation and numerous others,” said Dr. LaRee Moody, Bachelor of Health Administration program director. “We are proud to be recognized for preparing the next leaders of the healthcare industry.”

The UNF Department of Health Administration offers an undergraduate program culminating in a Bachelor of Health Administration degree designed to prepare graduates for entry-level administrative positions as well as enhance careers of students already working in hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, mental health organizations, insurance companies, public agencies and many other types of health care organizations.

The primary goal of the BHA program is to provide students with the entry skills needed by health administrators and management professionals as well as prepare students for continuing graduate program educational opportunities.

College Rank utilizes data gathered from the National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Payscale and Glassdoor to score institutions on potential salary after graduation, program accreditation, and overall affordability of the program. View the full Best Bachelors in Healthcare Management rankings