Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration, Long-Term Care Administration Emphasis

A bachelor’s degree in long-term care administration prepares you to oversee assisted-living, skilled nursing and rehabilitation facilities, along with home-health and hospice agencies. 

Long-term care administrators coordinate services that assist individuals with basic activities of daily life. Since long-term care facilities have become one of the most regulated areas of the health care industry, the demand for qualified long-term care administrators continues to grow.

This degree is offered on campus and through WSU's distance learning program. Distance learning courses are delivered online and through independent study.

What You'll Learn

We emphasize topics such as:

  • Individual and group behavior
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Decision-making
  • Leadership theory and skills
  • The process of change
  • Motivation
  • Teamwork
  • Organization design and culture


Advisors are arranged alphabetically by last name of student.


Cory Moss
Interprofessional Education Building, Room 224




Brian Cottle
Interprofessional Education Building, Room 219

Curriculum Schedule

Course Requirements

Contact your academic advisor to discuss your course schedule.