Long Term Care Management - Certificate Program
Pfeiffer offers certificate programs in Healthcare Management, Long Term Care Management and Medical Practice Management for those who hold a minimum of an accredited Associate's degree and wish to earn 15 to 18 hours of credit. Students who later elect to enroll in the Bachelor degree program at Pfeiffer University may be eligible to apply credits from the certificate towards their degree.
The economy has created a competitive workforce. Health care is one field that remains a growing industry according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor. In addition, the growing population of older individuals is projected to create the need for even more services and potential career opportunities. These certificates can compliment your degree and set you apart from other job applicants by adding a specialized health administration focus.
Long Term Care Management Certificate (15 SH)
The Long Term Care Management Certificate is designed to prepare individuals for a variety of positions in the field of long term care. It encompasses content necessary for licensure examinations of both the National Association of Boards of Examiners of Long-Term Care Administrators and the North Carolina Board of Nursing Home Examiners.
- HA 407 Long Term Care Management
- HA 506 Clinical Aspects of Aging
- HA 508 Contemporary Issues in Long Term Care
- Two electives related to long term care, healthcare disabilities or aging.