The Healthcare Management major is designed to provide academic skills and professional training through required internships. A typical person considering a career in healthcare management is an individual with a strong desire to help others, genuine concern for the welfare of his/her clients, and an ability to deal with people of diverse background in a challenging and rapidly evolving industry.
Rapidly changing demographics in U.S. and N.C., coupled with new advancements in information and medical technologies, complex regulatory environment, new public health policy initiatives/mandates, dynamism of healthcare delivery systems in both private and public sectors and the latest public attitude toward wellness in general and long-term health care in particular are among a number of healthcare industry key drivers that call for an increasingly larger number of clever healthcare management professionals that can simultaneously improve quality and efficiency of healthcare organizations nationwide.
|Philosophy of Business||BADM 300|
|Principles of Marketing||BADM 313|
|Corporate Finance||BADM 314|
|Business Communication||BADM 336|
|Quantitative Methods||BADM 345|
|Healthcare Organization||HCM 310|
|Healthcare Management||HCM 311|
|Healthcare Law||HCM 330|
|Healthcare Quality||HCM 350|
|Healthcare Finance||HCM 410|
|Healthcare Policy||HCM 440|
|Healthcare Internship||HCM 490|