Long Island Health Administration Degree

Long Island Health Administration Degree

Pursue your passion. Find your place in the field of health care. Get ready.

Prepare for a future of vast possibilities with a bachelor’s degree in health administration from St. Joseph's University, and graduate with the administrative skills and knowledge necessary to take on leadership roles at medical facilities.

With a major in health administration, students gain the necessary skills to help them succeed in a career in the expansive field of health care. Our program provides you with a rich and comprehensive educational experience that includes an internship, prominent guest lecturers, excellent professors and small classes.

The opportunities are exceptional on Long Island, since it is home to the largest private health employer in New York state — Northwell Health, which has over 70,000 employees. In addition, we have several other healthcare providers on Long Island, such as Catholic Health and Stony Brook, as well as large Manhattan-based systems, including Mount Sinai, NYU-Langone and Memorial Sloan Kettering, which partner with local hospitals.

St. Joseph’s graduates hold careers in assisted living; clinic and health information administration; and clinical, data, health care and medical practice management. Get ready for a future you’re passionate about with a B.S. in Health Administration at our Long Island campus.

Katelyn JonesKatelyn Jones ’18, MBA ’19
B.S. in Health Administration, MBA in Health Care Management with a Concentration in Health Information Systems

"With St. Joseph's University’s dual-degree option, I was able to take 12 graduate credits as an undergrad at the undergrad rate before officially being a master’s student. Climbing the administrative ladder, I needed to gain more experience before I could move up. I’m blessed I was able to, through my time at St. Joseph's University."

The Long Island Health Administration Major Experience

Prominent Guest Lecturers: Senior executives from Long Island-based healthcare systems often come to campus to guest lecture.

Internship Experience: Gain real-life experience in the field, and see how large healthcare systems function while serving an internship. This also offers the opportunity to network with potential future employers.


Learn from Professionals: Our professors have worked in the field, so students learn about the latest trends that are effecting the industry. Small classes permit students to get individual attention and support in all aspects of their education.

Flexible Scheduling and Credit for Experience

Creating a schedule that fits into your busy life has never been easier. Regardless of your age, work schedule or other commitments, at St. Joseph’s, we offer flexible scheduling options — including evening and online classes — that can fit the busy lifestyle of any student. In fact, St. Joseph's University offers students the chance to participate in the Prior Experiential Learning Assessment (PELA) Program, which gives you the opportunity to apply for credit for the experiential learning you have acquired during your career. Validated learning, not the experience alone, is the basis for awarding up to 27 PELA credits.