Step up in healthcare

One of the most important things you can do when you work as a healthcare administrator is make sure the facility you manage is well taken care of. Not only is it in the best interest of your patients, it’s in the best interest of your staff as well. This bachelor’s in health care management program teaches the supervisory skills you need for proper management and administration in any system of care – be it acute, community, or long-term. This State of Wisconsin-approved “regular course of study” will qualify you to take the Nursing Home Administrator examination.

Credits 120
Cost Per Credit $540
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$1000s in new scholarships available for this program.

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Program Overview

In this bachelor's in health care management program, we hold the following to be an unequivocal truth: we’re all created by God. When you’re an individual undergoing treatment in a healthcare facility – whether it’s acute, community, or long-term – it means you should be treated with utmost care and dignity. That’s your role as a healthcare administrator. To help uphold the dignity of each of your patients. It will also teach you how to be an effective healthcare administrator, how to evaluate research results applicable to a healthcare practice, and how to demonstrate effective communication – in writing and presentations.

This program is also offered as a Certificate and a Minor. Please see the course catalog for full descriptions and courses/credits.

What to Expect

There are so many intricacies to working in the field of healthcare. This program focuses primarily on working with others in the field of healthcare. It all starts with your ability to recognize every individual as a holistic being created by God – someone whose dignity, worth, and rights deserve to be respected and upheld.

This program will help you grow adept at analyzing different healthcare systems. You’ll grow an ability to synthesize knowledge from the sciences, humanities, and management theories as a basis for problem-solving and decision-making. You will be expected to display a willingness to work cohesively and communicate with members of the interdisciplinary healthcare network.

This program will equip you with the ability to evaluate research results that are applicable to your healthcare practice, and teach you how to create a reflective self plan for personal and professional growth. You’ll discover an ability to recognize and analyze current trends and issues related to healthcare management, which will help you grow throughout your career. And you’ll earn respect for diversity within the healthcare community – for both those who are served and the providers of care.

Locations
  • Online
  • Virtual

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