Goals of the Health Care Management program include a greater understanding of the management processes of running floors, clinics, and hospitals. Study the automation of health information, legal aspects of HIM, medical coding, and more HIM-related topics.
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The major in Health Care Management is a career-oriented Bachelor of Applied Science Degree is designed for aspiring healthcare professionals and current professionals with health care training and experience.
Our health care management curriculum builds a strong foundation with management and leadership theories and incorporates a sophisticated comprehension of health care organizations, necessary for any successful health care professional leading others and interacting within the health care industry.
A minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA is required in the HCM major. Two (2) years health care-related work experience required for approval.
Finish your health care management degree in a time frame that works with your schedule – in as little as two years, depending on your remaining requirements and availability.
Graduate with your Health Care Management degree online or in-person to enter a rising occupational field. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, careers in medical and health services management is projected to grow 20 percent from 2016-26. As such, jobs in the field offer competitive salaries and benefits.
Enroll in accelerated courses offered every 7 weeks. Health Care Management courses are offered online, and other course requirements are available online and/or at Michigan degree completion centers.
Engage in meaningful coursework with discussions and assignments on topics pertinent to managing healthcare organizations. Courses are taught by faculty with long-standing experience in health care management and leadership.
As part of Siena’s full Healthcare Program portfolio, the Online BTM Healthcare Program offers high-achieving students an opportunity to complete three (3) graduate level courses as part of the undergraduate health care management major. Upon conferral of the bachelor’s degree, students continue in the graduate program and complete the remaining degree requirements in the MAL-HLC program.
- Graduate with your healthcare degrees in a rising occupational field. Employment of medical and health services managers is projected to grow faster than the average at 20% from 2016 to 2026 (Bureau of Labor Statistics).
- Get a head start on graduate-level coursework at the undergraduate level. Students complete three graduate courses in their undergraduate major, simultaneously earning credit toward undergraduate and graduate degree requirements!
- Pay the undergraduate tuition rate for the graduate courses completed in the undergraduate program.
- Complete online coursework from an institution consistently ranked as a U.S. News and World Report best online bachelor’s program.
Costs & Aid
We know that college can be expensive, but we don’t want cost to keep you from attending Siena Heights University! We offer numerous financial aid opportunities. Federal aid is available to students who qualify by completing the FAFSA. Feel free to contact us with questions about financial aid opportunities, or click on one of the links below.