Dallas Baptist University
Bachelor of Arts and Sciences in Health Care Management
Dallas Baptist University offers a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences in Health Care Management that can be completed online. This program will help students gain the skills and knowledge that are necessary to obtain careers with leadership positions within the healthcare field.
The healthcare field is consistently growing and changing quickly. Students in the program will build a foundation on business fundamentals from the courses that will help them improve their analytical and problem solving skills. In addition, they will become familiar with the theory and application of current management methods. Students will find themselves employed in positions that will require their knowledge of management, business and leadership to give guidance to personnel in their organization.
Health care management courses that students are required to take at Dallas Baptist University are:
- Health Care Ethics
- Human Resource Management for Health Care Organizations
- Finance for Health Care Managers
- Legal Issues in Health Care Management
- Organizational Behavior in Health Care Management
- Advanced Management Seminar in Health Care
- Principles of Management
- Management Communication or Multicultural Perspectives or upper-level business elective
- Information Systems for Management
- Principles of Marketing
Graduates typically pursue careers within fields such as Finance, Human Resources, Marketing or Planning and Development. They may find themselves employed at Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Physician Practices or even Pharmaceutical Companies.
Delivery Format:100% Online
Tuition Basis :Credits
Minimum of 42 upper-level credit hours.(Exception: Inverted Degree Program)
Minimum of 12 credit hours in major in residence at Dallas Baptist University, 9 credit hours of which must be upper-level.
Minimum of 32 credit hours in residence at DBU.
Completion of 30 of the last 36 credit hours in residence at Dallas Baptist University. Students must receive approval of the registrar prior to taking courses at any other college or university.
Minimum of 126 credit hours to graduate.
Satisfactory completion of all requirements on official degree plan.
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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