Applying for a healthcare administration program at SBBCollege is a simple process. We want to make education as accessible as we can and welcome applications from prospective students from all backgrounds.
Before making your application it is important to understand how the application process works; having a working knowledge of the process will give you a much better opportunity of gaining admission into the program. There are a number of preparation steps which you can take to ensure you are ready to complete your application to the best of your ability.
Entry to our bachelor’s healthcare administration program requires that students have a high school diploma or GED prior to submitting their application.
If you don’t already hold these qualifications, don’t worry; we also offer a GED Preparation program. This will get you ready to pass all of the elements of the GED exam - language arts, math, science and social studies. Once you hold a GED qualification, this gives you the academic grounding needed to pursue further studies in healthcare administration and more.high school diploma or GED prior to submitting their application.
If you would like further information about any of our campuses, you can speak to one of our highly knowledgeable admissions staff. They can offer guidance and support on all aspects of the application process, and answer any questions you have about the school or a particular program. You can schedule a fee information session with one of our staff using our online form.
After graduating from SBBCollege you will hold a fully accredited Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Administration, as SBBCollege is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). It is important that your chosen program of study is accredited, as this opens up a wider range of job opportunities. Graduates with accredited degree qualifications generally have a better chance of landing jobs in their field of study than those with non-accredited degrees. The accreditation essentially guarantees to an employer that you have the knowledge required to carry out the role with competence.
Accreditation is particularly important for those thinking of attending graduate school or applying for scholarship programs. Most of the scholarships which offer assistance tend to be reserved for students who are enrolled in accredited programs, and are likely to make the most of their qualifications after finishing college.
Our students tell us that one of their favorite things about SBBCollege is that the small class sizes (typically no more than 20 students) mean that everyone gets a personalized level of education.
When evaluating applications, we do not only look at academic qualifications. We also consider various other factors which may influence your suitability for the program, including personal references, extracurricular activities and employment history. When completing your application you should think about these different elements and how they could demonstrate any relevant qualities which make you a good fit for the course.
If we are impressed with your written application, we will invite you to the campus for a face-to-face interview. This gives you an opportunity to get a better feel for the college and the course, and decide if it will be a good fit for your learning style. It also gives us a chance to gain a clearer understanding of your motivations for joining the program and how you are likely to handle the workload.
We would advise giving some thought to the kind of questions you may be asked at the interview. Typical interview questions for access to a healthcare administration degree could include:
Thinking about these and similar questions will give you a better chance of demonstrating to our admissions staff why you deserve to be accepted onto the program. We recommend considering these before completing your written application, rather than only before interview, as a clear understanding of your own motivations and strengths will make it much easier to answer admissions questions.
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