Bachelor of Health Science in Clinical Leadership Management
University of Kentucky
The University of Kentucky (UK) offers a hybrid Bachelor’s of Health Science in Clinical Leadership Management degree. This degree is a bachelor’s completion program, which may allow trained health professional with associate’s degree advance their career and increase their responsibility in managerial positions in the health care field. This program also allows students to create a bridge towards a master’s degree by completing their bachelor’s in health sciences.
The curriculum provides students with a comprehensive education. Students are required to complete their core courses, which are courses required by the University Studies Program and the university’s writing and logic requirements. The University of Kentucky asks students to complete 120 credit hours in order to fulfill graduation requirements. The curriculum typically meets the requirements needed for students to sit for an administrator exam. However, students who have a lot of experience may be exempt from the exam. Those without proper experience may take a practicum course during the program to prepare. Students will take a variety of core and elective courses including Health and Medical Care Delivery Systems, Health Law, and History and Systems of Psychology, among others.
Degree Level: Bachelor Completion
Delivery Format: Hybrid
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
Admission requirements for the CLM program includes an associate degree in a health care discipline. Work experience in a health care setting is recommended.
University of Kentucky is a four-year public school located in Lexington, Kentucky. UK was founded by John Bowman in 1865 as the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky. The school is the largest college/university in the state of Kentucky with 28,094 students as of Fall 2011. UK’s campus is about 80 miles south of Cincinnati and 200 miles northeast of Nashville. The campus lies on over 800 acres and has 15 libraries in that area. The campus is divided roughly into three parts: the North campus, the Central campus, and the South campus.
University of Kentucky offers bachelor’s degrees, certificates, master’s degrees, and doctor’s degrees. Students are divided into 16 colleges, a graduate school, and hundreds of degree programs.
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