Healthcare Administration BS
University of Houston-Clear Lake provides the training necessary to advance your healthcare
career. The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Healthcare Administration is designed to prepare
you for a variety of opportunities with a broad-based curriculum exposing you to topics
such as accounting, management, business finance, information systems for management,
physician group and practice management, healthcare planning, and medical reimbursement.
Your Future in Healthcare
Our location in the greater Houston market provides you with access to the Texas Medical
Center, the largest medical center in the world. In fact, many of our alums now serve
prestigious institutions such as Memorial-Hermann Healthcare System, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital of Houston, Texas Children's Hospital, and more others across the U.S.
Internships. Campus Involvement. Networking.
Most of our graduate students participate in residencies at nationally recognized
medical institutions. In addition to internships and co-ops, you can pursue membership
and leadership opportunities through the Medical Group Management Association, Healthcare
Financial Management Association, Upsilon Phi Delta and our Healthcare Student Association,
a student-run faculty-advised organization here to help you increase your professional,
technical and social skills. Speak to an advisor about opportunities available in
the healthcare administration program today.
Our healthcare administration faculty are some of the best and brightest in their
fields with a strong combination of business and health care insight. They hold PhD’s
and have worked as professionals in their chosen fields, bringing real-world business
experience to their students.
Dr. Femi Ayadi
Ph.D. - Georgia State University
Dr. Ashish Chandra
Ph.D. - University of Louisiana at Monroe
Dr. Phillip Decker
Ph.D. - The Ohio State University
Mr. Raymond Khoury
HADM Faculty Chair, Lecturer and Executive-in-Residence
Dr. Dianne Love
Ph.D. - University of Arkansas
Mr. Dan Martin
Dr. Jordan Mitchell
Ph.D. - University of South Carolina