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If you are interested in both healthcare and business, you might consider Colorado Technical University's Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management program. Read on to learn more about how this degree program can prepare you to enter the workforce or go to graduate school.
Colorado Technical University's Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management program is designed to train you to manage the daily operations of healthcare facilities. You will study human resources management, problem solving, ethics, and finance. Additionally, you could learn basic medical concepts and terminology. You could also learn about technological and legal aspects of healthcare. Courses cover a range of topics, including accounting, macro and micro economics, economics of healthcare, the study of disease processes, and public policy.
If you are interested in applying to Colorado Technical University's Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management program, you should have experience in business, math, and biology. Applicants to all of Colorado Technical University's programs must have a high school diploma or equivalent; some programs have additional requirements.
This course of study consists of 180 credits. This includes 108 credits from core courses.
Healthcare Management Course Requirements
|Course Code||Course Name|
|BADM100||Introduction to Business|
|BADM410||Business Law I|
|BADM440||Research Design Methods and Applications|
|HRMT440||Managing Organizational Change|
|HSS300||Healthcare Law and Regulations|
|HSS310||Economics of Healthcare|
|HSS320||Administration in Healthcare Services|
|HSS410||Fiscal Management in Healthcare|
|HSS415||Health Information Systems|
|MEDA132||Study of Disease Processes|
|MKTG210||Introduction to Marketing|
|MKTG320||Advertising and Public Relations|
|PBAD311||Shaping Public Policy: Politics and the Legislative Process|
|PBAD411||Administrative Law and the Adjudicatory Process|
After completing Colorado Technical University's Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management program, you could work as a healthcare administrator. You could also work as an entry-level manager, performing tasks like human resources management, strategic planning, and budgeting.
You could also pursue a master's degree. This could help you prepare to pursue an executive or upper-management position. Some programs combine healthcare administration master's degree coursework with a master's degree in business. You could apply for degree programs including the following:
CTU does not guarantee employment or salary. University grants or scholarships are based on established criteria as published in the University's catalog and are awarded after verification that the conditions of eligibility have been met.