Bachelor’s Degree (B.A.) in Healthcare Management
VIRTUE FOR HEALTHCARE
This degree program teaches you how to apply business principles and skills to the growing field of healthcare. You’ll learn the essentials of managing a successful healthcare program, and how to draw upon the Catholic Benedictine tradition to make wise and ethical decisions. These studies will prepare you to enter the healthcare industry with both knowledge and virtue.
Possible career paths:
Graduates will work in entry level management roles in multiple healthcare settings to include hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, not-for-profit organizations, schools, etc.
Hospital or Medical Practice Administrator
Average Salary for
Healthcare Management Majors
Each of the following courses:
AC 211: Principles of Accounting
BU 265: Spreadsheets and Databases
BU 315: Business Communication
BU 300: Management
BU 401: Organizational Behavior
BU 404: Human Resource Management
HC 200: Healthcare Terminology
HA 305: Healthcare Financial Management and Reimbursement Systems
HA 412: Legal Aspects of Healthcare Data
TH 332: Catholic Bioethics
BU 453: Healthcare Internship
HA 460: Introduction to the American Healthcare System
HA 461: Healthcare Economics
HA 362: Healthcare Marketing
HA 490: Healthcare Planning and Strategic Management
This program requires at least 39 credit hours at the 300 level or above.
*It is the student’s responsibility to verify that all degree requirements for graduation are fulfilled.
Healthcare courses taught by industry professionals
Solid educational foundation in healthcare specific courses
Hospital Management Intern
Medical Practice Management Intern