*Tuition cost can vary based on which tuition payment plan you choose for your first semester.
Tuition and Payment Options
Health Care Management Degree Tuition
The Associate Degree in Health Care Management offers affordable, customized payment plan options so you can take the next steps toward the career you want today. Tuition costs listed below reflect the cost of the first semester only.
Health Care Management
The total cost of the Associate Degree in Health Care Management tuition will be $3,500 - $5,500*. The cost per semester is based on a price of up to $79 per credit and the total credits per semester vary. Total credits change by semester and cost per credit is subject to change each academic year. Program cost does not reflect any prior eligible credits you may transfer in, or credits awarded through a Prior Learning Assessment. Learn more about transfer credits.
*The difference between the payment options is the dollar amount the credit will cost you for selecting a monthly payment plan versus paying in full.
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Interactive course content
Digital textbooks and study materials
Goal setting-progress tracking tools
Unlimited student support
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Cost of Program
$1,683 Save $134
- Pay $59 per month
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Read more about Penn Foster's credit transfer policy.
Q: Is the tuition listed on the page for the entire Health Care Management Degree Program?
A: No, the above tuition is for semester one only. The Health Care Management Associate Degree consists of four college semesters, each with its own tuition.
Q: Do I have to pay off my full semester one tuition before moving on to my next semester?
A: No! If you've chosen a monthly payment plan for your online health care management classes and are still making payments when you complete semester one, your tuition balance will be rolled into the tuition total for your next semester. This can increase the cost of your monthly payments