Bachelor of Science in Long Term Care Administration

The Bachelor of Science in Long Term Care Administration prepares students to apply managerial principles to the administration of nursing homes, assisted living facilities, adult day care, home health services, and other long term care settings serving the elderly and disabled. The program provides instruction in social and clinical aspects of aging, health care delivery systems, nursing home administration, aging policy and government programs, ethics, and business management. In addition, to meet degree requirements students are required to complete an internship in Long Term Care Administration, consisting of a minimum of 1,040 clock hours, at an approved internship site. As the population continues to age, a dramatic demand for healthcare services is anticipated in the United States. Upon graduation, students will be highly sought after to meet the rising workforce demands.

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About the Program

Department: Allied Health

Degree: Bachelor of Science in Long Term Care Administration

Credits for Degree: 120

Delivery Methods:

This program is offered on campus, hybrid, and 100% online.

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Possible Careers

  • Nursing home administrator
  • Assisted living facility administrator
  • Home health director

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If you would like to know more about the Allied Health department, please give us a call at (318) 473-6466 or drop by and see us in Coughlin Hall 101C.

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