Healthcare Management - Program Curriculum
See your advisor to assist in registering for the appropriate courses.
General Education Courses
See catalog for required credits hours and general education core (for example, courses in English composition, the sciences and math, sociology, psychology, physical education, music/art, government, civilization, speech, health, culture, and literature).
NOTE: A minimum of 120 credit hours are required for graduation.
Majors must complete 60 semester hours of courses beyond general education drawn from business, clinical laboratory science, accounting, economics and healthcare management. A minimum grade of a “C” must be earned in the pre-requisites, electives and major courses.
Pre-requisite Courses (9 semester hours)
ECON 2310 Concepts in Health Economics
BCO 2311 Business Communications
MAT 2326 Elementary Statistics
Major Course Sequence & Major Courses (60 semester hours)
HCM 2301 Health Law and Ethics - Fall and Spring
HCM 2302 Research Methods in Health Sciences - Fall and Spring
CLS 2102 Medical Terminology
MKT 3331 Principles of Marketing –Fall
HCM 3301 Health Delivery System-Fall
HCM 3302 Epidemiology-Fall
ACC 2316 Prin. of Financial Accounting
MGT 3322-Organization Behavior
HCM 3304 Introduction to Health Information Management-Spring
HCM 3305 Healthcare Management-Spring
HCM 3306 Community and Rural Health-Spring
HCM 3307 Global Understanding-Spring
ACC 2317 Prin. Of Managerial Accounting
HCM 4301 Chronic and Long Term Care-Fall
HCM 4302 Healthcare Policy, Organization, and Finance-Fall
MGT 4348 Human Resource Management
HCM 4201 Professional Behavior-Spring
HCM 4400 Healthcare Management Internship-Spring
HCM 3303 Proposal Writing
HCM 4303 Environmental Health
HCM 4304 Global Health Studies
HCM 4305 Spanish in the Healthcare Environment
*Electives outside the HCM major (non-HCM prefixes) should be approve by an advisor.
*Students are required to participate in a semester-long internship. Students cannot be on academic or non-academic probationary status or suspension during the semester of the internship.
Note: All internships and some experiential activities require background checks, health and immunizations records, and initial and random drug testing. Some facilities may require a credit check. Background check may be required by affiliating agencies