Post-Baccalaureate Healthcare Management Certificate
The Healthcare Management Certificate is designed for professionals seeking to advance in the healthcare industry. The certificate focuses on expanding knowledge and skills in ethics, finance, operations, and communications within a healthcare setting. Expand your career opportunities, while learning to improve practices and procedures in the healthcare industry from healthcare experts.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university
- 2.5 or better GPA overall or last 60 hours
- Two letters of recommendation
- Two references (at least one must be academic, and both must be relevant to skills and abilities needed for graduate school)
Students must complete 4 courses for a total of 12 semester credit hours. The required courses are:
FINC 6304 – Healthcare Financial Management
MGMT 6340 – Healthcare Communications in a Diverse Workplace
MGMT 6341 – Healthcare Operations
MGMT 6343 – Legal and Ethical Aspects of Healthcare
All Healthcare Management courses are offered in the evenings using a face-to-face/hybrid delivery mode (16 week terms in the Fall/Spring). Students completing this certificate must be able to attend class in the Norris-Vincent College of Business. For a more detailed description of the curriculum, visit the Course Descriptions page.