Health Services Management

20740 - 62 Credits

(Selective Admission)

This degree prepares students for management roles in a health care environment. The program is intended for individuals interested in entering the health care field and health care personnel who have completed a postsecondary adult vocational or college certificate from an accredited certificate program in a health science area and have successfully completed licensure/certification exams.

General Education courses may be taken prior to acceptance into the program or must be completed while enrolled in the program.

Students who have completed a postsecondary adult vocational or college certificate in an Allied Health area from a regionally accredited program, have passed the licensing exam and provide work verification in a health care field may receive up to a maximum of 18 competency credits. Before competency validation of credits can occur, the student must submit the Competency Validation Form with supplemental documents to the Health Services Management Department Chair.