About our Allied Health Management Degree
The Bachelor of Science Degree in Business is designed for graduates of an Associate Degree to increase their business skills, management and leadership abilities, business technology expertise, and communication and critical thinking skills while earning a Baccalaureate degree in Business. The program provides core courses in business and technology, while allowing students to customize their degree by choosing a concentration in the area related to their career goals.
Allied Health Management Concentration
The Allied Health Management concentration offers a strong core of leadership, technology, and finance courses, while it focuses on advanced coursework in community health and medical office team management. The program also offers a range of general education courses to support students’ written and verbal communication, analytical skills, problem solving, and research ability. This concentration will help health care professionals prepare for advancement and management within their environments.
The healthcare industry is one of the fastest-growing fields, and healthcare professionals with a bachelor’s degree have significant edge in the discipline. Upon successful completion of this concentration, students will be well positioned to earn a management position within doctor offices, hospitals, dental or medical clinics, billing and coding departments, and other divisions of medical facilities.
|Course Name||Course Type||Credit Hours|
|Organizational Development for Managers||Business||3.0|
|Law, Ethics, and Labor Relations||Business||3.0|
|Operations Management Capstone||Business||3.0|
|Operations Management Case Study||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||Information Technology||3.0|
Students will take 21.0 Credit hours from the following General Education courses, assuring at least one course is taken in each of these areas: quantitative analysis, written communication, oral communication, and social sciences. 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|
This degree is a residential program with the 60 credits in the above description being completed in addition to the 60 semester or 90 quarter transfer credits accepted.
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