Today’s healthcare industry is particularly complex due to competing economic, ethical, and practical issues. With a Graduate Certificate in Business Management for Healthcare from D’Amore-McKim, successful students will enhance their business acumen as it relates to health organization management and develop the skills to confidently navigate an industry in flux.
In just four or five courses, students will gain industry know-how and agility, as well as the confidence to face uncertain and high-demanding environments with success. Coursework will look at the impact of global economics on the American healthcare system and may also dive deeper into evaluating the quality of provider care in today’s economy.
Students will take three required courses and either one or two more elective courses. The minimum required number of courses to earn a graduate certificate is four; however, many students opt to take an additional elective in order to broaden their expertise.
Our Graduate Certificate in Business Management for Healthcare enrolls in January and September.
|HINF 5105||The American Healthcare System||3|
|HRMG 6220||Health Organization Management||3|
|STRT 6220||Strategic Management for Healthcare Organizations||3|
|Complete 3 semester hours from the following:||3|
|Introduction to Health Informatics and Health Information Systems|
|Evaluating Healthcare Quality|
|Economic Perspectives on Health Policy|
|Managing Healthcare Supply Chain Operations|
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
12 total semester hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required