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.
To request more information on our health care administration and management program, or to apply online, visit the admissions portal for the Office of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education. Have a quick question? 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