Charter Oak State College continues to expand its degree offerings in the health care arena, recently converting its Health Care Administration concentration to a Health Care Administration major. The major can be fully completed utilizing the College's online courses.
The new major is designed to provide professionals working in the health care industry, or a health care related industry such as insurance, with the knowledge required to create, implement and efficiently administer programs and services delivered by health care and health care related organizations. The major requires a minimum of 42 credits.
"We are continuing to strategically expand our degree programs in fields that offer adults the best opportunity to enter or advance in the workforce both here in Connecticut and nationally," said Ed Klonoski.
The College recently launched a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Information Management, a field the Bureau of Labor has targeted as one of the 20 fastest growing occupations in the U.S.