Administrative and Healthcare Technologies Department

Healthcare Management Technology and More

Pitt Community College’s Administrative and Healthcare Technologies Department is dedicated to preparing you for a rewarding and lucrative career.

From Medical Billing and Coding to Healthcare Management Technology to General Office Administration, our programs help you develop comprehensive business skills and refine your communication and leadership abilities.

Why Choose Pitt Community College to Earn Your Health Administration Degree?

Convenience — Attend full-time, part-time, online, on campus, or in a hybrid format.

Length of program — The average time to complete any degree under PCC’s Administrative and Healthcare Technologies Department umbrella is two years.

Exceptional faculty — Our faculty members are fully credentialed with the Registered Health Information Administration (RHIA). Several are also Certified Professional Coders (CPC) and Certified Professional Medical Auditors (CPMA).

Value and affordability — PCC provides quality education at much lower tuition rates than other local institutions.

Benefit of location — Our proximity to many health administration providers allows you the opportunity to gain hands-on experience and connect with potential future employers.

Job opportunities —Most students who graduate with their degree in healthcare management, health administration, or medical billing and coding receive job offers upon graduation.

Jobs in Healthcare Administration 

Since the field of healthcare is continuously evolving, jobs in healthcare administration will always be in demand. 

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) predicts 28 percent growth for jobs such as medical billing and coding and healthcare management through 2031 — a rate much faster than average. Indeed.com lists the average salary for a healthcare manager as $65,255.  

According to the BLS, healthcare management technology jobs are projected to grow 32 percent by 2030, with the average salary estimated at $104,280.  

Jobs in healthcare administration and management are available in physicians’ offices, medical clinics, long-term care facilities, hospitals, and educational settings. There are also many work-from-home opportunities if you have a Medical Billing and Coding degree. 

Pitt Community College’s administrative and healthcare technologies degrees won’t limit you to jobs in healthcare administration. Earning your office administration degree will enable you to pursue roles in diverse business environments, including legal and financial. 

Reach Out Today to Start on Your Path to Health Administration