In the B.S. Business Administration - Healthcare Management concentration degree, students explore the organizational structure of healthcare institutions and develop an understanding of the inter-relatedness of psychological, social, cultural and political factors in healthcare delivery, organizational culture and healthcare management. Students also develop an understanding of financial reimbursement, human resources, and law as they pertain to the healthcare industry. Many of the healthcare related classes are listed below and additional specialized topics classes are offered to fulfill the healthcare electives.

In addition to the learning outcomes of the B.S. Business Administration degree, this concentration requires students to demonstrate an understanding of current healthcare financing, important healthcare management concepts, and national healthcare policy issues.

Students must also achieve the learning outcomes for the MBA degree.

Concentration in Healthcare Management
HS 101Introduction to Health Care Studies Replaces Open Elective3
HS 121Medical Terminology Replaces Open Elective3
HS 311Healthcare Management and Organization Replaces Open Elective3
HS 321Healthcare Law and Ethics Replaces Business-Related Elective3
HS 411Health Economics and Policy Replaces Business-Related Elective3
Healthcare Elective Replaces 2 Business-Related Electives6
Graduate Business Classes
BA 600Research Methods in Business and Education3
BA 605Management Communications3
BA 625Global Strategic Management3
BA 642Leadership in Business and Professions3
BA 643Strategic Change Management3
Select one of the following:3
Marketing Management
Strategic Marketing for Nonprofit Organizations
Advanced Sales and Marketing in Hospitality
Strategic Selling
Graduate-Related Elective12
Total Hours51