This program is designed for you if you are currently working in health care administration or public health, or seeking a career in fields related to health care and health administration. The program will provide you with a foundation of leadership, strategic and health care management skills.
The Healthcare Administration concentration will prepare you to:
- Apply business concepts appropriately in a healthcare setting
- Demonstrate knowledge of the core disciplines of healthcare administration
- Use current federal and state health policies to analyze various healthcare issues
- Demonstrate knowledge of ethical values and responsibilities
- Apply basic economic concepts and tools to support analysis and decision-making
Required Courses (18 credits)
|HCA||105||Introduction to Public Health|
|HCA||352||Social and Health Services Policy and Development Skills|
|HCA||413||Moral and Ethical Issues in Healthcare|
|HCA||415||Healthcare Administration I|
|HCA||415||Healthcare Administration II|
|HCA||454||Social and Health Services Research Methods|
|SHS||400||Foundations of Social & Health Services|
|SHS||417||Human Resource Development|
|SHS||426||Health and Nutrition|
|SHS||450||Introduction to Epidemiology|
|SHS||459||Seminar in Managed Care|
6 credits selected from Social and Health Services courses.
Core Curriculum (30 credits)
Includes two writing courses (including, Expository Writing or the equivalent); a Mathematics skills course; and at least one approved course from each of the following categories: Natural Science, Humanities, Fine Arts, Social Science; and additional liberal arts electives for a total of 30 credits.
Electives (66 credits)
Total Credits required to graduate (120 credits)