Raeha enjoys the small student-to-faculty ratio.
When searching for a college major that was right for her, Raeha Dixon knew she wanted to pursue a career in healthcare.
She also knew that she didn’t want to become a nurse, a surgeon, or a doctor. Raeha, in fact, was more interested in the business and managerial aspects of the field, whether it’s working with insurance companies or learning about different information systems.
Her search led her to the perfect fit: healthcare management. In this major, Raeha is receiving the skills and knowledge she needs to be successful and a leader in her field.
“I’ve learned many things about different cultures in healthcare, different systematic processes that healthcare businesses and facilities use, and also how to excel as a leader in my career.”
One of the aspects of the program that Raeha enjoys the most is the small student-to-faculty ratio.
“I love knowing that I’ll take classes with professors who look at you as more than just a number. They really take pride in their students, and I think that makes a difference.”
Thanks to helpful professors and a well-rounded education, Raeha feels very prepared for her future.
“I feel more confident entering the workforce and comfortable starting my future career.”