Dr. Bryan Schneider

Director, Healthcare Management Programs


Dr. Bryan C. Schneider serves as the director and assistant professor for LETU’s Health Care Administration program. He also serves as the associate vice president at the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) Hospital in Galveston, and as a Medical Service Corps officer in the Texas Air National Guard.

Dr. Schneider’s career in health care administration began with active duty service in the United States Air Force, and subsequent transition to community health care where he experienced progressive success and advancement. He has held senior leadership positions within several hospital and health system structures, owing his success to a strong work ethic, professional development and servant leadership principles.

He earned his bachelor degree from Wayland Baptist University, and his master’s and doctorate degrees from Central Michigan University, College of Healthcare Professions. Schneider has earned Board Certification and Fellow status with the American College of Healthcare Executives and the American College of Medical Practice Executives.

He is an active member of Sagemont Church in Houston, TX where he plays trumpet in the church orchestra and leads a weekly bible study on Christian apologetics.


  • Ph.D., Central Michigan University
  • M.S.A., Central Michigan University
  • B.S., Wayland Baptist University


2012-Present Director, Healthcare Management Programs; Assistant Professor of Healthcare Adminstration
LeTourneau University
2005-Present Associate Vice-President
University of Texas Medical Branch (Hospital Galveston and Multi-Specialty Clinics)
1989-Present Medical Service Corps Officer
United States Air Force
2004-2005 Director of Operations
National Radiology, DFW
2000-2004 Director, Patient Financial Services
Southwest Diagnostic Imaging Center
1998-2000 Interim Practice Administrator
Sherman Surgical Associates and Psychiatric Associates of the Southwest
1994-1998 Director of Operations
New Life Clinics


  • Fellow, American College of Healthcare Executives
  • Fellow, American College of Medical Practice Executives