About our Allied Health Management Degree
This is a completion degree designed for individuals with an associate degree in business or other related professional degree. The training gives you the opportunity to turn your associate degree into a bachelor’s. The allied health management concentration provides a strong core of leadership, technology, finance, community health and medical office team management courses. This training is designed to help healthcare professionals manage, direct and coordinate medical offices and other allied health facilities.
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|Course Name||Course Type||Credit Hours|
|Organizational Development for Managers||Business||3.0|
|Principles of Macroeconomics||Business||3.0|
|Law and Ethics||Business||3.0|
|Principles of Microeconomics||Business||3.0|
|Interdisciplinary Capstone Course||Business||3.0|
|The Healthcare Industry||Management||3.0|
|Intro to Community Health||Management||3.0|
|Human Resource Administration||Management||3.0|
|Advanced Computer Applications||Management||3.0|
Students will take 21 credit hours from the following General Education Courses, assuring at least one course is taken in each of these areas: quantitative analysis, written and oral communication, social sciences, and fine arts. Not all electives are available at all campuses.
|Modern Sociological Studies||General Education||3.0|
|Social Psychology||General Education||3.0|
|Speech and Communication Strategies||General Education||3.0|
|Environmental Science||General Education||3.0|
|Historical Movements in Art||General Education||3.0|
|Historical Movements in Classical Music||General Education||3.0|
|Politics, Popular Culture & Public Policy||General Education||3.0|
|Modern Global History||General Education||3.0|
|Advanced Expository Writing||General Education||3.0|
|Regional Geography of the World||General Education||3.0|