Liberty University’s Undergraduate Certificate in Healthcare Management is intended for individuals that would like to advance their careers within the healthcare management field. The program’s courses will instruct students within various healthcare industry disciplines such as finance, ethics, and administration. The certificate program offers students an education that may help with marketability when pursuing new careers. Students that are just interested in personal enrichment and self development are also encouraged to apply.
The program’s curriculum will provide instruction within a broad number of healthcare and management subjects. Students will learn to effectively use modern management techniques to plan and manage a variety of functions. In addition, students will be equipped to improve work productivity and organizational effectiveness by enhancing their understanding of human behavior within work environments. The program’s courses will also cover topics such as marketing, private foundations and budget development.
Students will be required to complete six designated courses for a total of 18 credits. Some of the required courses are Organizational Behavior I, Public & Community Health for Business, and Wellness & Behavior Change Theories for Business.
The program requires that all of the courses be completed at Liberty University with no letter grade of “D” or lower. Students must also complete the program with a minimum GPA of 2.0. Certificate program students will also have access to Liberty’s Online Writing Center, academic advisors, and online library.
Liberty University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. This is the regional accrediting body for southern states.
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