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Health Services Management
The Bachelor of Science degree program in Health Services Management is designed to help students develop the skills, aptitudes, and competencies needed to pursue entry-level employment opportunities in the health services environment. The program core (combined with a rigorous business management core) will help students develop a foundation of knowledge related to the legal, marketing, financial accounting, leadership, and change management aspects of the health services environment. In addition, graduates may pursue entry-level employment opportunities in a variety of healthcare settings that include but are not limited to: hospitals, nursing homes, managed care organizations, community health centers, mental health facilities, group medical practices, pharmaceutical companies, and others.
Upon completion of the bachelor of science degree program in Health Services Management, graduates should have the necessary knowledge, skills, and aptitude to seek entry-level employment in a variety of health related environments such as: hospitals, nursing homes, managed care organizations, community health centers, mental health facilities, group medical practices, pharmaceutical companies and other health related organizations, where responsibilities may involve the ability to plan, direct, and coordinate health services. Graduates should also have the necessary preparation to continue toward a master's degree in health related fields.
Graduates should be able to:
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