The bachelors degree in Health Services Management offered by Chancellor University is designed for persons who hope to pursue an entry-level position in the health care industry. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, careers in the health care field are expected to increase by more than 15 percent in the coming years. Some of the courses that students can expect to take in the program include managed care administration; labor and employee relations; organizational behavior; departmental management; and current issues in health services management, among others. Graduates from Chancellor Universitys degree program may be qualified for positions in the hospitals, medical centers, long-term care facilities, clinics, physicians offices, and nursing homes. This degree program is available to its students 100 percent online, meaning that courses can be accessed 24/7. This system offers much flexibility and is often utilized by non-traditional students: older non-degree holders, persons who work full-time jobs, citizens abroad, etc. Some students may qualify for financial aid from the federal government.