The Medical and Health Services Management bachelor's degree provides health care practitioners, holding an associate's degree in an allied health field, with the skills and competencies needed to function as managers and supervisors in health care settings.
Learn from industry-experienced faculty who have firsthand understanding of the strategies, tactics, and every-day demands of their field.
The program provides a foundation in management, as well as specifics on management, ethics and law within health care organizations. Students will be able to seek employment in management and supervisory positions in a variety of health related organizations including physician offices, hospitals, long term care facilities, and clinics.
Where could your training in Medical and Health Services Management take you?
Students who have completed an associate's degree with an overall 2.5 GPA in a health related field from an accredited college or university may enroll with immediate junior-level standing. A block of 96 quarter credits (72 core credits and 24 general education credits) will be transferred into the program. Additional transfer of credit, may be awarded based upon the University's transfer of credit policy.
Medical and Health Services Managers typically do the following:
¹While widely available, not all courses are available at all class times or offered every term. Check with a University Student Services representative.
²Refresher training is tuition-free for qualified students. Additional costs such as lab fees, books and supplies are the responsibilities of the student. Retraining is limited to the program from which the student graduated and is subject to space available.
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Meet Elizabeth Weber, in her third term of the medical assisting associate’s degree program.
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