Healthcare Management (for Transfer Students)

Bachelor of Technology

Alfred State College

  • Designated As
    Plus Program
  • Delivery Mode
    100% Online
  • Total Credits
    120
  • Degree Level
    Bachelor of Technology
  • Contact Us
    800-342-3811

Earn your bachelor degree online

You will earn the same diploma as our on-campus students

  • 100% online
  • Ideal for transfer students who are working in the healthcare field and want to enter management
  • $295 per credit hour
  • 32% job growth by 2030, according to BLS
  • Technology-focused degree with shorter 4- and 7-week online classes
  • Transfer in as a junior and finish in just 2 years if you hold an associate degree


Overview of SUNY Alfred State College Healthcare Management BTech - Online

The demand for healthcare professionals is expected to grow 16% by 2030. One of the areas in healthcare with the greatest demand is health and medical services management, which is expected to grow much faster than average at 32% by 2030. Professionals who want to enter the healthcare management field in hospitals, clinics, and medical practices do wo with at least a bachelor's degree in healthcare management. 


The Bachelor of Technology in Healthcare Management (B. Tech) from Alfred State College is a technologically focused degree for current and new healthcare workers. A student with an associate degree or 60 credits in health sciences, or a business-related area will be prepared to complete a bachelor's degree. The healthcare btech at Alfred was ranked 25 Most Affordable Online Bachelor's in Health Management in 2020 and Most Affordable Health Administration Degree.


Students who enter the health care management degree program at Alfred State have either studied healthcare at a community college or are currently working in hospitals in technical roles such as laboratory, radiology, records, occupational therapy, surgical technology, paramedic, ultrasound, or a variety of administrative roles, and are seeking advancement into management or administrative positions. They can transfer the credits from their current degree to the bachelor's degree in healthcare management, which allows them to earn the 4-year degree in as little as two years, completely online.


The online healthcare management program emphasizes the development of managerial skills through a set of core courses and a wide array of electives to address areas such as healthcare finance, the culture of healthcare, human resources, communications, healthcare law, ethics, policies, information systems, marketing, and quality control to meet the demand for common skills required of healthcare managers, such as:

  • finance and business operations
  • budgeting 
  • analytical sills
  • care management
  • interpersonal skills
  • conflict management
  • communication skills

In addition to entering the healthcare field, SUNY Alfred State's Bachelor of Technology in Healthcare Management equips students to gain the most senior positions in healthcare by laying the groundwork for graduates to pursue a healthcare MBA or MHA to roles as a CNO, CEO, or COO.


Courses in the Healthcare BTech degree

  • Business Ethics
  • Strategic & Creative Prob Solving
  • Project Mgmt for Business Professionals
  • Principles of Leadership
  • Strategic Marketing
  • Legal Environment of Business


What is a BTech degree?

A Healthcare BTech, or Bachelor of Technology, is equal to a 4-year bachelor's degree. Conversely, a BS is a Bachelor of Science, which is also a 4-year degree. BTech degrees are technologically-focused degrees that incorporate more applied knowledge and skills, in addition to traditional courses. Many students in a healthcare BTech program are already working in the healthcare field as technicians, paramedics, administrative professionals, and more but wish to transition to management roles.


How long does it take to earn a BTech degree?

Earning a BTech degree takes only two years when you transfer with your associate degree. The BTech at Alfred State College is designed for working adults with families, work, and other personal obligations, which is why the BTech not only links projects with day-to-day work and real-world coursework but also has options to complete sooner with"

  • transfer credits from an associate degree
  • shorter 4- and 7-week courses
  • classes offered year-round online


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What's a bachelor's degree?
A bachelor’s degree usually takes four years to complete as a full-time student and mixes general education courses with specific courses tied to your major.

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