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While many other colleges and universities offer long-term care administration as a specialization or subset of another program such as business administration, health administration or gerontology, Saint Joseph's offers one of the few degrees in long-term care administration itself. This degree program is one of the few in
the country accredited by the
National Association of Boards of Examiners of Long-Term Care Administrators (NAB), and the only NAB-accredited program available online.
At a Glance
long-term care administration major prepares students for administrative
positions in long-term care settings. As the population of the United States
ages, long-term care services will become increasingly important. This program
prepares you with the skills necessary to have a positive impact on the quality
of services available to meet this need. It is flexible enough to satisfy
varying state licensing requirements. It includes a combination of courses in
general management, health administration and long-term care administration,
and a specialization in two prominent segments of the long-term care industry: nursing home administration and assisted-living administration. An internship
is required to satisfy relevant state licensing board internship or
administrator-in-training (AIT) requirements.
The long-term care administration program meets a number of administrator's needs,
including: serving as a refresher course, meeting state licensure regulations,
and meeting continuing education requirements.
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Freeman, Registered Nurse
Being a full time employee and raising
two small children, Saint Joseph’s allowed me to pursue an
education without neglecting my other responsibilities.
Ravellette, Certified Assistant Administrator
love that I can go at my own pace and can still work a full time job!
Patricia Holden, Assistant Administrator
experience at Saint Joseph's was an excellent one. The Professors
were great and extremely helpful.
is projected to grow faster than the average. Job opportunities should be good,
especially for applicants with work experience in healthcare and strong
business management skills. Employment of medical and health services managers
is expected to grow 16 percent from 2008 to 2018, faster than the average for
all occupations. The healthcare industry will continue to expand and diversify,
requiring managers to help ensure smooth business operations.
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Offering distance education for learners of all ages since 1976, Saint Joseph’s online programs include certificates, associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees—academic levels that suit your level.
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