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Grand Canyon University- Online

In choosing a university, parents and students should pay close attention to whether their university of choice is regionally accredited or not. Grand Canyon University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association.

With healthcare being one of the fastest growing professions in the world, it’s important to choose a University that can prepare you for the future. Whether you are pursuing your first career, or are a seasoned professional looking for advancement and enrichment, at Grand Canyon University we have a program that will meet your needs as well as your employers. It will challenge you, both in the classroom and on the job.

You always strive to make a difference in the lives of those around you, now take your passion to a new level with a degree in nursing or health sciences and help change the future of healthcare!

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National American University - Online

The health care management degree completion program is designed to provide working professionals with the necessary skills to become effective managers and leaders within the health care industry. Graduates can expect to find career opportunities in management positions within the diverse health care field or within their own area of clinical/professional expertise.

NAU provides financial aid in the form of grants, scholarships, work-study opportunities and low interest loan programs through federal, state and local sources for those who qualify. Our friendly staff will help you apply.

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A. T. Still University- Online

Established in 1892 by the founder of osteopathy, A. T. Still, M.D., D.O., ATSU began as the nation’s first college of osteopathic medicine and has evolved into a leading university of health sciences. ATSU is comprised of five schools: Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health (ASDOH), Arizona School of Health Sciences (ASHS), Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (KCOM), School of Health Management (SHM) and School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona (SOMA).



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Health Care / Health Science Degree & Career Prospectus

Employment in health care will continue to grow for several reasons. The number of people in older age groups, with much greater than average health care needs, will grow faster than the total population between 2006 and 2016; as a result, the demand for health care degree holders will increase. Wage and salary employment in the health care industry is projected to increase 22 percent through 2016.

Professionals and managers working in health care typically earn more than other workers in the industry. Average earnings of nonsupervisory workers in most health care segments are higher than the average for all private industry.

Many of the occupations projected to grow the fastest in the economy are concentrated in the health care industry. For example, over the 2006-16 period, total employment of home health aides—including the self-employed—is projected to increase by 49 percent, medical assistants by 35 percent, physical therapist assistants by 32 percent, and physician assistants by 27 percent.

According to a survey by the Professional Association of Health Care Office Management, 2006 average total compensation for office managers in specialty physicians practices was $70,474 in gastroenterology, $70,599 in dermatology, $76,392 in cardiology, $67,317 in ophthalmology, $67,222 in obstetrics and gynecology, $77,621 in orthopedics, $62,125 in pediatrics, $66,853 in internal medicine, and $60,040 in family practice.

Median annual earnings of wage and salary medical and health services managers were $73,340 in May 2006. The middle 50 percent earned between $57,240 and $94,780.

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