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Evening Health Management Concentration

photo of diploma coverYou can be at the forefront of one of the nation’s largest and fastest growing industries with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management with a concentration in Health Management. The curriculum provides you with a solid foundation in business concepts and health management to ensure that you will be well-prepared for contemporary health workplace challenges.

Get ready to put your passion for helping people into action in a variety of health organizations, such as hospitals, public health agencies, long-term care facilities, physician group practices, and managed-care facilities. If you are working in the health industry or would like to begin a career in this growing field, the Evening Bachelor’s Degree’s Business Management major with a concentration in Health Management is right for you!

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT- HEALTH MANAGEMENT CONCENTRATION (54 HOURS)

I. BUSINESS CORE (15 HOURS)

II. REQUIRED MANAGEMENT CORE COURSES (15 HOURS)

Business (BUS)
BUS303 – Foundations of Marketing (3)
BUS311 – Foundations of Finance (3)

Management (MGMT)
MGMT211 – Introduction to Health Care (3)
MGMT312 – Foundations of Management (3)
MGMT319 – Legal Issues in Health Care (3)

III. REQUIRED UPPER-LEVEL MANAGEMENT COURSES (27 HOURS)

Business (BUS)
BUS329 – Foundations of Quantitative Methods (3)

Management (MGMT)
MGMT315 – Organizational Theory and Behavior (3)
MGMT318 – Management of Health Care (3)
MGMT330 – Project Management (3)
MGMT331 – Management Information Systems (3)
MGMT406 – Human Resource Management (3)
MGMT408 – Ethics in Management (3)
MGMT497 – Research and Application in Health Care (3)
MGMT499 – Business Policy and Decision Making (3)

For more information about the Health Management Concentration, contact the site coordinators at the appropriate sites.