Our health care administration and management program provides an interdisciplinary approach to health care, including the business of health care, as well as a broader understanding of global health, access to care, disease and prevention.
Our program prepares students for employment as entry-level leaders and managers of health care facilities. In addition, our joint bachelor's/master's programs leading to a master's degree in business administration or health care administration and management provide a viable option for students wishing to further their study.
Have a quick question about our program? Contact our enrollment counselor, Claudia Cordon.
In addition to completing the requirements of our Core Curriculum, students majoring in health care administration and management take a minimum of 23 courses (71 credits).
Business core requirements:
- ACC101: Financial Accounting
- ACC104: Managerial Accounting
- ECN101: Introductory Macroeconomics
- HCA225: Health Care Law
- HCA320: Financial Management in Health Care
- HCA350: Health Care and Medical Ethics
- MGT120: Management and Organizational Behavior
- MGT212: Business Communication
- MGT280: Principles of Marketing
- MGT490: Strategic Business Planning
- MTH172: Quantitative Methods for Business or MTH191: Applied Calculus
- STA201: Statistical Methods
Other required courses:
- BIO110: Human Biology: Physiology and Health or BIO205: Anatomy and Physiology I and BIO206: Anatomy and Physiology II
- HCA110: Health Care Systems
- HCA310: Quality Assurance and Risk Management in Health Care
- MGT290: Human Resources Management
- MGT491: Internship
- NUR130: Medical Terminology
- NUR216: Health Care Informatics
- NUR436: Care of Families in Transition: Aging and End of Life Care
- NUR444: Public Health and Disaster Response Planning
- SOA249: Global Health
- SWK120: Social Problems