Health Services Management Certificate Overview
The certificate program is designed to meet the career needs of self-directed, mature students who are interested in acquiring knowledge and skills that will promote their professional objectives.
Applicants seeking admission to certificate programs must have a high school diploma.
Applicants seeking admission to certificate programs should contact the Office of Admissions. Matriculated students need only submit a formal application. A student who has completed the requirements for a certificate may not apply for that certificate after graduation.
Program Details & Curriculum
Eleven Courses (24 credits)
Two Electives (6 credits)
Internship (6 credits)
Total: 36 credits
By the end of this program, students should be able to:
|PO1||The student should be able to demonstrate understanding of the various methods of health care delivery in the United States, including how they are managed and financed|
|PO2||The student should be able to demonstrate understanding of human resource management and ethical issues that impact health care organizational operations|
- Application Fee (Non-Matriculated students only) $10.00
- Certificate Completion Fee (per Certificate) $16.00
Certificates are issued in February, May and August.
All students, both matriculated and non-matriculated, must apply for admission into the Certificate Program. All students are required to maintain a minimum GPA of 2.0 in the Certificate Program being pursued. Upon successful completion of the specific curriculum requirements for a given program, students must apply for the actual certificate.
All credits earned in a Certificate Program are applicable toward the associate and bachelor's degrees. A maximum of six credits in transfer will be allowed toward a certificate. Ordinarily students pursuing a degree program in a related area will not be allowed to use the course taken in such a program to satisfy the requirements for a certificate.