Bachelor of Science - Health Care Administration
The objective of this program is to provide knowledge related to health care policy and operations, as well as management skills that can be applied in the complex health services sector. Course work includes practical and traditional areas of health care such as medical terminology, medical office management, types of health care organizations and administrative functions, as well as more theoretical and contemporary subjects like public policy, human resource management, organizational behavior, and business strategy in health care. Additionally, the general education courses add to the overall preparatory knowledge of lifelong learning. Courses are taught by instructors who are practitioners in the field and can provide you with insight to help you become successful in the health care services sector of your choice. This combination of skills, along with a familiarity with the terminology and structure of the health care system, provide a strong foundation for a health care administration career. Graduates of this program will be prepared to enter the professional environment of health care in an entry-level supervisory/management position.