New Article Finds Value in High- and Low-cost Healthcare Administration Degree Programs

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November 6, 2014

New research from leading web guide, Healthcare Administration Degree Programs, finds great value in U.S.-based degree programs from high-priced schools as well as their lower-priced counterparts

Houston, TX -- A leading online resource for degrees in healthcare administration says high attendance fees do not always point to top universities. The website for Healthcare Administration Degree Programs recently launched a new article that compares dozens of highly ranked U.S.-based schools to find good value in high-cost universities as well as their lower-priced counterparts. Titled, "30 Top Healthcare Administration Degree Programs: Comparing the Top Affordable and Cost-No-Object Schools", the article gives college-bound students a new way to crunch the numbers and choose universities with the best return on investment.

The article segments the schools into two categories: "The Best 20 Cost-No-Object Health Care Administration Degrees" and "The Best 10 Low-Cost Health Care Administration Programs". Each category is further divided into Master's level and Bachelor's level degree programs. The feature is designed to make it easy for prospective students and their parents to compare schools not only by academic standards, but also by overall value. According to the article's author Zawn Villines, "Low-cost doesn't necessarily mean low quality. Many of the lower-priced degrees are highly-competitive with more expensive programs, and every one offers an incredible value to their students."

The list of 30 top healthcare administration degree programs was developed from a massive data collection gleaned from publicly-available surveys, rankings and reports on American colleges. The piece cites a number of respected industry resources along with factual information published by the schools themselves. Unique inclusions in the development process were post-graduation employment figures, cost of attendance, scheduling flexibility and reviews of students' overall educational experience.

Healthcare administration is a growing field with great appeal for students in health-related studies as well as those who are more business-minded. Available jobs range from hospital supervisor to medical practitioner to college educator and beyond. Employment growth levels in the field are currently higher than average and so are salaries, according to federal and industry statistics. The Healthcare Administration Degree Programs website is dedicated to successful education and employment for America's healthcare administrators, and its newest article is particularly good reading for those who seek astute guidance.

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The information in the article is presented in the following way:
Sixteen Cost-No-Object Health Care Administration Degrees (Master's Level)

  1. The University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
  2. Cornell University
  3. George Washington University
  4. Trinity University
  5. Columbia University
  6. Ohio State University
  7. Baylor University
  8. The University of Minnesota n Twin Cities
  9. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  10. Virginia Commonwealth University
  11. The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania
  12. Boston University
  13. Johns Hopkins University
  14. University of Missouri
  15. The University of California at Los Angeles
  16. Yale University

Four Cost-No-Object Health Care Administration Degrees (Bachelor's Level)

  1. New England College
  2. University of Alabama at Birmingham
  3. University of Washington
  4. Saint Louis University

Four Low-Cost Health Care Administration Programs (Master's Level)

  1. Rush University
  2. Washington State University
  3. University of South Carolina
  4. Pennsylvania State University

Six Low-Cost Health Care Administration Programs (Bachelor's Level)

  1. DeVry University
  2. Kaplan University
  3. Florida Institute of Technology
  4. University of Phoenix
  5. Temple University Fox School of Business
  6. California State University at Long Beach

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