Health Care Management program addresses supervisory skills essential to fields of management and administration throughout the acute, community and long term systems of care.

Program Overview

The Health Care Management Bachelor’s Degree program is a State of Michigan approved “regular course of study” qualifying the graduate to take the Nursing Home Administrator examination.

Why Health Care Management at CUAA?

A CUAA degree offers you:

  • A rich, diverse curriculum
  • Small class sizes and individual attention
  • An emphasis on servant leadership
  • A practicum to gain real-world experience
  • Coursework that combines business insight, management skills and ethical values

Program Goals

  • Analyze health care demonstrating acceptance of individuals as holistic beings,
  • Created by God, respecting the dignity, worth, and rights of the individual;
  • Synthesize knowledge from the sciences, humanities, and management theories as a basis for problem-solving and decision-making in health care;
  • Evaluate research results applicable to health care practice;
  • Demonstrate a willingness to work cohesively and communicate interpersonally with members of the interdisciplinary health care team;
  • Create a reflective self-plan for personal and professional growth;
  • Recognize current trends and issues relative to health care management;
  • Respect diversity within the health care community for both those who are served and the providers of care;
  • Demonstrate effective communication, in writing and presentations.

Career Choices

A Health Care Management degree prepares you for careers in:

  • Administration in a hospital or health care setting
  • Nursing home management

Curriculum

The Health Care Management curriculum implements a three-part program that including a liberal arts core, a business common body-of-knowledge, and a specialization in Health Care Management. See our course catalog for our full curriculum.