- English Composition I
- Introduction to Information Technology
- Introduction to Health Care
- Ethical/Legal Aspects of Health Care Management
- Introduction to Business
- English Composition II: Writing About Literature
- Medical Terminology
- Microeconomic Principles
- Any Global Understanding and Diversity and Social Justice designated course
- MAT120 (or higher must be Quantitative Reasoning (QR) designated MAT course
- Philosophy of Managed Care
- Medical Coding Concepts for Allied Health
- Principles of Marketing
- Business Communication
- Interpersonal Communication
- Any Scientific Inquiry designated Science course
- Reimbursement and Financing in Managed Care
- Health Care Quality, Outcomes and Accreditation
- Professional and Communication Issues in Health Care
- Principles of Management
- Allied Health/Business Elective
Scholarships & funding
Program OutcomesUpon successful completion of this program, students should be able to:
- Use correct terminology related to the health care setting, patient care, and health care management.
- Identify forces impacting health care and their effect on delivery, financing practice patterns, and utilization of personnel and services.
- Examine the priorities, trends, and issues of managed care, managing risk and quality improvement, and measuring outcomes.
- Describe the ethical, legal and regulatory framework of the health care environment.
- Practice effective communication skills for the health care environment.
- Explain roles, functions, and tools of a manager in the health care setting.
- Demonstrate knowledge of computer technology and its use in the health care setting.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the issues and practices applicable to health information.
- Apply economic and business practices to the health care setting.
- Solve problems related to health care management using critical thinking skills.