Health Administration - Curriculum

Required Core Courses (57 semester hours)

  • ACCT 221 Principles of Accounting I
  • ACCT 223 Principles of Accounting II
  • BMAL 311 Business Statistics
  • BMAL 432 Financial Management
  • COMP 110 Microcomputer Applications
  • ECON 221 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECON 222 Principles of Microeconomics
  • HA 300 Principles of Healthcare
  • HA 505 Healthcare Planning and Strategy
  • HA 302 Introduction to Public Health
  • HA 310 Healthcare Marketing
  • HA 404 Healthcare Economics
  • HA 405 Medical Communications
  • HA 406 Healthcare Insurance and Managed Care
  • HA 414 Legal & Ethical Enviroment of Healthcare
  • HA 502 Healthcare Budgeting & Control
  • HA 504 Health Policy
  • HA 520 Speical Topics

Electives:
19 SH of electives are required.

Long Term Care Management Concentration:
The Long Term Care management (LTC) concentration is designed to prepare individuals for a variety of positions in the field of long term care. This concentration option provides a foundation of knowledge essential for understanding the role of long term care in the United States. 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. Students enrolled in the undergraduate Health Administration Program who elect to pursue the long term care management concentration must successfully complete the specified required Core Courses (57semester hours) for the Health Administration degree. In addition, they must also successfully complete the five (5) concentration requirement courses and five (5) electives of their choice.

Medical Practice Management Concentration:
The Medical Practice Management (MPM) concentration is designed to prepare individuals for a variety of administrative positions in the field of group practice management. The program provides a foundation of knowledge essential for understanding the functioning of medical practice organizations in the United States. It incorporates competency areas necessary for certification by the American College of Medical Practice Executives. Students enrolled in the undergraduate Health Administration Program who elect to pursue the Medical Practice Management concentration must successfully complete the specified required Core Courses (57 semester hours) for the Health Administration degree. In addition, they must also successfully complete the five (5) concentration requirement courses and five (5) electives of their choice.

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