Monday, March 6, 2017

Two Kansas Colleges Among Top Christian Universities

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RALEIGH, N.C.  -  (PRNewswire) - Nonprofit Colleges Online, a website dedicated to putting students before profits, has published a ranking of 50 Online Bachelor's in Healthcare Administration programs (http://www.nonprofitcollegesonline.com/best-online-bachelors-healthcare-administration/). The purpose of the ranking is to highlight schools that put education before their bottom line. For all of its rankings, Nonprofit Colleges Online chooses programs from well-regarded universities and colleges that have lower than average tuition costs and are accredited by trusted sources, and ranks them according to their estimated tuition cost.
Western Governors University places first in this ranking, offering students the best value for its Bachelor of Science in Business--Healthcare Management degree. Western Governors University is located in Salt Lake City, Utah, and has an estimated tuition cost of $23,120. Southern New Hampshire University, located in Manchester-Hooksett, New Hampshire, placed second with an estimated tuition cost of $38,400. Clarion University of Pennsylvania, located in Clarion, Pennsylvania, placed third with an estimated tuition cost of $39,120.
The following is a list of the other colleges and universities selected for the ranking, ordered alphabetically:
  • Arizona State University - Phoenix, Arizona
  • Avila University - Kansas City, Missouri
  • Belhaven University - Jackson, Mississippi
  • Buena Vista University - Storm Lake, Iowa
  • Cedar Crest College - Allentown, Pennsylvania
  • Central Christian College of Kansas - McPherson, Kansas
  • Champlain College - Burlington, Vermont
  • Cleary University - Howell, Michigan
  • Colorado Christian University - Lakewood, Colorado
  • Colorado State University - Fort Collins, Colorado
  • Concordia University Chicago - River Forest, Illinois
  • Dakota State University - Madison, South Dakota
  • Dallas Baptist University - Dallas, Texas
  • East Carolina University - Greenville, North Carolina
  • Fisher College - Boston, Massachusetts
  • Florida Institute of Technology - Melbourne, Florida
  • Franklin University - Columbus, Ohio
  • Graceland University - Lamoni, Iowa
  • LeTourneau University - Longview, Texas
  • Liberty University - Lynchburg, Virginia
  • Limestone College - Gaffney, South Carolina
  • Mercy College - Dobbs Ferry, New York
  • Mid-America Christian University - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • Middle Tennessee State University - Murfreesboro, Tennessee
  • Midway University - Midway, Kentucky
  • Montana State University-Billings - Billings, Montana
  • National University - San Diego, California
  • National-Louis University - Chicago, Illinois
  • Northeastern University - Boston, Massachusetts
  • Northwood University - Midland, Michigan
  • Oregon Institute of Technology - Klamath Falls, Oregon
  • Peirce College - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Regent University - Virginia Beach, Virginia
  • Robert Morris University - Moon, Pennsylvania
  • Rochester Institute of Technology - Rochester, New York
  • Saint Joseph's College - Standish, Maine
  • Saint Leo University - St. Leo, Florida
  • Southwestern College - Winfield, Kansas
  • Stevens-Henager College - Ogden, Utah
  • Tennessee State University - Nashville, Tennessee
  • Tennessee Technological University - Cookeville, Tennessee
  • University of Central Florida - Orlando, Florida
  • University of Houston-Victoria - Victoria, Texas
  • University of Minnesota-Twin Cities - Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • University of Northwestern Ohio - Lima, Ohio
  • University of the Southwest - Hobbs, New Mexico
  • Upper Iowa University - Fayette, Iowa
  • "The field of healthcare administration is growing, promising a great job outlook," says Sam Mazany, editor at Nonprofit Colleges Online. He adds, "Healthcare is an incredibly large industry that continues to grow in the United States and worldwide. Students specializing in healthcare administration are preparing themselves to enter into the workforce to help manage various types of organizations. As healthcare organizations grow larger and more complex, healthcare administrators are needed to help scale the organization in a way that maintains the quality of patient care."

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