Use your energy, and your passion, to make a difference and improve patient care. We’ve reshaped education so that you can grow your skills in a range of workplace settings—from hospitals and long-term care facilities, to pharmacies and health insurance companies—while living your life.
Choose the degree level that fits you: we have bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees in health administration, as well as certificates.
Select programs are also available with FlexPath, our self-paced learning format that can flex with your busy schedule. The faster you move, the more you save.
Transform health care and lead at the top of your field with a DHA degree.
Prepare for leadership roles in health care and health policy with an MHA degree.
Enter and advance in the dynamic and growing field of health care with a bachelor’s in health care administration.
Earn a sought-after credential and build new skills that you can use right away with a certificate in health administration.
Move closer towards your goals, one course at a time. Take an individual Capella course in subject areas including health care administration, counseling, psychology, nursing, business, and more.
Expert advisory board: Capella’s School of Nursing and Health Sciences Advisory Board ensures your curriculum is developed with the insight and support of industry leaders.
Learn it today, do it tomorrow: With Capella’s competency-based approach, your coursework is designed to help you gain immediately applicable skills.
World-class faculty: You’ll gain real-world perspectives and insights from faculty who are recognized for both academic and industry expertise.
Immersive learning experiences: In our virtual health care simulation tool, you’ll practice real-life scenarios in a safe environment.
"I appreciated Capella’s method for classwork—allowing me to
build friendships among the fellow DHA students, all with diverse
careers and at varying stages of the program. I even created a solid
network among administrators and faculty.”
Improving employee satisfaction and motivation can help health care organizations meet the Triple Aim goals.
Health administration is the practice of managing the operations of health care entities—what do the day-to-day responsibilities look like?
Learn what interprofessional education is and why it's important in the health care field.