About This Program

Available as a major or minor

View a sample schedule.
View a sample schedule for our minor.

Through the health care management major at Springfield College, students will be prepared for leadership roles in one of the fastest growing industries in the country. 

Introductory courses in the functional areas of business—including accounting, finance, management, and marketing—help build a solid foundation of business management knowledge, while many upper-level courses are specific to the health field. Students often build upon their classroom education by completing an internship in a health care business setting. 

Our graduates have entered careers in a variety of health care settings, including hospitals, home health care agencies, pharmaceutical companies, and health facilities. 

Faitya Diallo

The Student Experience

For Springfield College student Fatiya Diallo, studying in the accounting major has allowed her to delve into many opportunities, including being a part of the Sigma Beta Delta honor society and taking part in its leadership academy in Betonville, Ark.

Diallo also has met new friends, developed great relationships with faculty members, and gotten a chance to participate in team projects that have allowed her to better hone her business management skills.

Are you interested in an academic experience like Fatiya’s?

See Our Advisors

The Department of Business Management Advisory Board plays an important role in the strategy and operations for our programs.

The advisory board, which includes influential business leaders, provides us insight to make sure our program offerings align with the needs of careers within the field.

Professor Mike Musante teaches a class
Studying Health Care Management At Springfield College

IACBE Accreditation

Springfield College has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Lenexa, Kansas, USA. 

IACBE Accreditation