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Students who qualify may take up to 9 graduate credits, which apply to both the bachelor's degree in Health Management and the master's degree in Health Administration. Contact us for more information or learn more about our accelerated options.
Get credit for your work experience.
Registered nurses (RNs) and radiologic technologists (RTs) who are licensed in Maryland are awarded 60 transfer credits.
Make a Bee Line Toward Your Degree
Bee Line, a transfer access program designed to benefit Montgomery College students who plan to transfer to a University of Baltimore bachelor's degree program, is available for this program at the Universities at Shady Grove. Learn more.
This Bachelor of Science program:
- is a combination of traditional classroom classes (offered on Saturdays specifically with working professionals in mind) and online courses
- is for transfer students only
- is certified by the Association of University Programs in Health Administration.
- gain knowledge of business practices, leadership skills and support services, rendering you highly in demand to deal with issues such as quality/process improvement, cost-saving strategies, risk management and more
be prepared to enter or advance an administration or management career in such organizations as:
- hospitals, health-care facilities and medical group practices
- insurance organizations
- pharmaceutical companies
- federal and state government agencies
- home health-care and long-term care programs
- be versed in health management, business and public policy applied in the health care system, and the liberal arts with an emphasis on analytical, communication and technical skills.
The curriculum addresses the 10 critical content areas recommended by the Association of University Programs in Health Administration. This program prepares you to pursue UBalt’s Master of Science in Health Administration which includes the advanced courses necessary for executive careers.
- University of Baltimore (Baltimore)
- Universities at Shady Grove (Rockville)
Among the best.
The University of Baltimore's B.S. in Health Management program was ranked #6 among the 25 best health care management bachelor's programs for 2021, according to Best Health Degrees.
Mary Alexander, Health Management student
Mary Alexander is putting her class lessons to work at her full-time job. Hear how UBalt’s B.S. in Health Management (formerly Health Systems Management) program is helping her to take her career to the next level. Learn about UBalt's Graduate Certificate in Health Systems Management.
Avneet Kaur, B.S. '21
Avneet Kaur, B.S. '21, who was a student in UBalt's Health Management program at The Universities at Shady Grove (USG), was the winner of the 2020-2021 USG Academic Achievement Award. These awards are presented to one outstanding senior from each undergraduate program offered at USG who has demonstrated academic excellence and achievement. Winners are selected on the basis of GPA, participation in internships and honor societies, and contributions to their program of study.
"Avneet is dedicated to continuing her education as she works towards a career in healthcare management. She has exhibited maturity, thoughtfulness, insight, and creativity throughout her studies. She has been an excellent student as evidenced by her coursework and her GPA. She also completed an internship last fall at the Madison House Autism Foundation, where she worked with staff to manage programs for the autistic community. Avneet is currently a member of The National Society of Leadership and Success, Phi Theta Kappa, and Alpha Beta Gamma Honor Societies." -Alan Weisman, B.S. in Health Management program director
Avneet began the accelerated master’s program in health administration this past semester. She plans to apply the knowledge gained in the undergraduate and graduate programs toward achieving a management-level position within the healthcare field.
Alicia Davies, B.S. '10, M.S. '12
Brittany Holtzer, B.S. '17
Janelle Pascual, B.S. '17
Alicia Davies, B.S. '10, M.S. '12, is a graduate of both the undergraduate and graduate health programs at UBalt. She has worked for Saint Agnes Hospital since December 2012. She currently serves as the Coordinator of Diabetes Education and Outreach at The Health Institute.
As a student, Brittany Holtzner, B.S. '17, interned at Saint Agnes Healthcare, where she worked on the Diabetes Prevention Program and diabetes-related programs supervised by fellow HSMG alum, Alicia Davies. Upon graduation from UBalt, Brittany was offered a full-time position at Saint Agnes, where she is currently the Coordinator of Cardiovascular Education and Outreach at The Health Institute.
Janelle Pascual, B.S. '17, wanted to be a part of the healthcare industry but did not see herself working in the clinical side of the field. That’s when she learned about the Health Management program at UBalt and made the decision to complete her bachelor's degree. “The guidance I received and lessons I learned from all of my professors prepared well me for my current role," said Janelle. As a student, Janelle interned at Saint Agnes Healthcare where she worked on the Diabetes Prevention Program and diabetes-related programs supervised by Alicia Davies. After graduation she was offered a permanent position and currently serves as the Foundation Development Coordinator at the St. Agnes Hospital Foundation.
For more information about undergraduate admission, please contact the Office of Admission at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1.877.ApplyUB.
The mission of Bachelor of Science in Health Management program is to prepare, educate and develop students, particularly nontraditional students, for entry and mid-level management positions in a variety of health-services organizations. Our undergraduate program emphasizes integrity, teamwork, professionalism, and leadership required to excel in the diverse and dynamic health care environment.