Health Care Administration
Are you a medical student, surgeon, department head or hospital administrator? Plymouth State University’s Certificate in Health Care Administration (alone or with an MBA) provides you with the tools you need to navigate the increasingly complex health care environment and become a leader in your chosen field. Become more effective in a clinical environment or gain the foundational knowledge necessary to operate or join a medical practice.
The certificate program consists of four courses designed and taught by leaders in the health care industry.
Getting started is easy, just complete the online application for admission and provide a transcript showing the successful completion of a bachelor’s degree or higher and a current résumé. No admissions tests are required. A minimum 3.0 GPA is required to complete the graduate certificate.
Use the Course Planning Matrix to see when graduate business courses will be offered.
|BU 5410 Human Resources in Health Care Administration||3|
|BU 5420 Health Care Law and Ethics||3|
|BU 5430 Health Care Administration and Financial Management||3|
|BU 5490 Capstone: Health Care Topics||3|
Total for Health Care Administration Certificate – 12 credits
Did you know that you can apply your Health Care Administration certificate credits toward your MBA?
By completing the two Cornerstone courses and an additional four core MBA courses and two electives, you can roll your Health Care Administration courses into a full 36-credit MBA. No admissions tests are required and financial aid is available for qualified students.
Cornerstone Courses – 6 credits
Additional MBA Core Courses – 12 credits
|BU 5190 Accounting for Managers||3|
|BU 5210 Economic Analysis||3|
|BU 5510 Operations Management||3|
|BU 5700 Marketing Techniques||3|
MBA Electives – 6 credits
The elective requirement may be satisfied using coursework in the areas of accounting, economics, general management, health care administration, human resources, international business or marketing; or Small Business Institute credits.