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The Associate in Science Degree in Healthcare Management prepares students for entry-level management positions within the healthcare industry. Students apply management, marketing, and accounting principles relative to the healthcare environment.

Upon completion of this degree, graduates will be prepared to enter employment as office  management positions. The program facilitates currently employed healthcare clinicians seeking management position in the healthcare industry or desiring to enhance their management skills. Students completing this program will also be prepared to continue the pursuit in the bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with Healthcare Scheme option.

 

Program Objectives

Upon completion of the program, the student should be able to:

  1. Communicate effectively and professionally in business management situations through physical or virtual presence, writing, speaking listening and electronic media
  2. Use quantitative and qualitative tools and methodologies to support business management and organizational decision making
  3. Describe economic, environmental, political, ethical, legal and regulatory contexts of organizational management policies
  4. Evaluate potential for business success and consider implantation issues including financial, legal, operational, and administrative procedures
  5. Identify business management problems and opportunities and formulate an action plan
  6. Manage by using team building skills and facilitate collaborative behaviors in the accomplishment of group goals
  7. Work effectively respectfully, ethically and professionally with people of diverse ethnic, cultural, gender and other backgrounds, as well as with people with different organizational roles, social affiliations, and personalities
  8. Analyze the information content of organizational processes and use information technology
  9. Utilize research methods to collect and analyze information regarding management
Curriculum

Students may be admitted to the AS in Healthcare Management program after they have completed General Education courses or be enrolled, concurrently, in General Education courses, which must be completed prior to completion of the AS in Healthcare Management program, and with a minimum G.P.A. attained must be of 2.0 or better. General Education courses are designed to give each student a breadth of experience in various academic disciplines. These learning experiences provide an introductory base to different fields of study and discuss how each disciple conducts its research, thus adding to general knowledge. GE courses are offered at community/city colleges.

To meet the graduation unit requirements, students are required to complete 21 units in General Education Courses, 27 units in Business Foundation and Core Courses and 12 units in the Healthcare Management Scheme courses.

The courses are listed below:

General Education Courses Required: 21 Semester Units

Category Minimum Requirement Example of Subject Area
English & Communication 2 courses or 6 semester units College English *
Communication
Speech
Humanities 1 courses or 3 semester units History *
Critical Thinking
Foreign Languages
Mathematics 1 course or 3 semester units College Algebra
Statistics
Calculus
Social Science 1 course or 3 semester units Sociology
Political Science
Psychology
Science & Technology 2 course or 6 semester units Biology
Chemistry
General Physics
Nutrition
Computer Science
* Required course    

Business Foundation and Core Course Required: 27 Semester Units

Foundation Courses: 12 Semester Units
Course No. Course Title Total Contact Hours Total Credit Hour
BU 2000 Introduction to Business Management
45
3
EC 2420 Principles of Macroeconomics
45
3
BU 2400 Business Statistics
45
3
AT 2110 Accounting Principles I
45
3
  TOTAL 180 12
Required Core Course: 15 Semester Units
Course No. Course Title Total Contact Hours Total Credit Hour
BU 2010 Computer Information Systems
45
3
BU 3000 Management Theory and Practice
45
3
BU 3010 Business Communication
45
3
BU 3020 Human Resource Management 45 3
MK 3200 Principle of Marketing 45 3
 
TOTAL
225
15
Healthcare Management Course Required: 12 Semester Units
Course No. Course Title Total Contact Hours Total Credit Hour
HC 2051 Healthcare Law and Ethics
45
3
HC 2000 Introduction to Healthcare Management
45
3
HC 2001 Survey of Healthcare Industry
45
3
HC 2100 Introduction to Medical Insurance 45 3
 
TOTAL
180
12
Graduation Requirements

To receive the Associate in Science in Healthcare Management degree, students must meet the following academic requirements:

  • completed 21 units in General Education Courses
  • completed 27 units in Business Foundation and Core courses
  • completed 12 units in Healthcare Management Scheme courses
  • maintained a minimum G.P.A. of 2.0 or better
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