A bachelor’s degree in healthcare management combines the best of business with the magic of modern medicine. Here you will learn to adapt business concepts and models to the unique clinical, organizational, and fiscal demands of the dynamic healthcare environment. As the nation recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic, adjusts to staffing shortages and more, health care management is a rapidly growing field that provides many opportunities in the region’s hospitals and with health care providers.
With these tailored courses taught by experts in the field, you will learn how to make more informed decisions about resource allocation, staffing challenges, corporate culture, medical ethics and more. For students who already have a medical background but who hope to take their skills to the next level, this pathway includes key courses in healthcare management, policy, and healthcare delivery strategies.
With this degree, you’ll be in an excellent position to join a growing field.
Note: Healthcare Management courses are exclusively offered in an online format.
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Medical Law and Ethics
Health Services Organization and Management
Healthcare Policies & Politics
Health Economics and Financing Strategies
Introduction to Business
Principles of Management
Healthcare Quality Management
CE Capstone Course for the Bachelor Degree
The Interprofessional Healthcare Team
Hospital and Health Services Administration
Healthcare Planning and Marketing
Principles of Marketing
Organizational Change Management
Evaluation and Assessment
Training and Development
Leadership in Society
Race and Gender
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Careers you can pursue
- Hospital Administrator
- Ambulatory surgical centers
- Medical Office Manager
- Clinic Manager
- Public Health Program Administrator
- Patient Advocate
- Healthcare Account Executive
- Surgical Center Director
- Operations Manager
- Customer Care Manager
You will succeed if you are...
- Good Communicator
- Critical Thinker
90.5% of our graduates were employed in their chosen field or continuing their education within one year of graduation.
* Based on graduates whom we have information during a one-year period from 2021-22. It should be noted that 97.1% of graduates were employed in some capcity or continuing their education.