I am currently on the path to receive my AA in General Studies by the Spring of 2016. From there, I will transfer to University and intend to acquire a BS in Information Technology. I previously wanted to major in Psychology but realize I do not want to enroll in another 6 years to complete graduate school and the job market is not very promising according to professors and other colleagues I have interacted with. I took a programming class this semester and failed, while I aced every other course I was enrolled in pertaining to IT. To find out, the IT degree program also requires you to complete multiple upper level programming courses and Physics (something I am TERRIBLE AT). So I was looking into other BS programs at the University I plan on attending and came across HSA (Health Services Administration). While my intention was to assist others initially in Psychology, HSA will provide me with the ability to lead a work environment and work in a prestigious medical facility. But IT usually requires a Bachelors Degree and you are set along with other certifications to acquire a prominent position, while I am not sure is HSA requires a Masters Degree to be able to be eligible to work at an upper level position/facility. I also figured HSA requires less upper level math courses and mostly management/accounting/HR courses, something I assume I will be strong at, along with an internship at the end of the Bachelors Program. So my question is: DO YOU NEED A MASTERS IN HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION TO BE ENTITLED TO AN UPPER LEVEL POSITION OR WILL A BACHELORS DEGREE BE ENOUGH?