Health Service Administration
Graduates of this program will apply key disciplinary skills in the management of Health Services as professionals in the key scenarios in this area, obtaining a high command of the tools necessary for its efficient management: health information systems, health legislation, administration, accounting, finance and marketing focused on the fields of Health.
Participants in this program will also develop specific skills in their field of interest and will receive certificates endorsed by the University, which will be an element of high value in the training and professional performance of the participant.
The Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration program provides students with a broad view of today’s Health Care System. The program provides the professional skills needed for administrative positions throughout the Health Care Industry. In addition, the program prepares its graduates for admissions into graduate level studies in the Health Care system.
General education requirements:
- Introduction to Calculus
- Introduction to statistics
- History of Art
- English Composition
- Intercultural Communication
- Oral and written communications abilities
- General Biology
- Western Civilizations
- Equality & Inequality
- Environmental Sciences
- Principles of Business Management
- Principles of Accounting I
- Principles of Accounting I Lab
- Introduction to Health Care
- Medical Terminology
- Operation Management
- Medical Office Management
- Medical Office Procedures
- Medical Insurance Coding & Billing
- Managerial Accounting
- Introduction to Health Services Administration
- Introduction to Medical Informatics
- Financial Issues in Health Care
- Ethics in Health Care
- Community Health and Epidemiology
- Health Care Marketing
- Business Communication
- Cultural Diversity in Health Care
- Risk Management
- Organizational Behavior
- Human Resources Management
- Health Care Law
- Long Term Care Administration
- Health Service Administration Capstone
- Health Information System
- Ethics of Caring for the Elderly
- Supervisory Skills
- Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
- Legal Aspect & Legislation in Healthcare
- 120 credits required to graduate.
- Maximum 15 credits per period.
- Each period lasts 4 months.
- Students who enroll in 15 credits per period, pass them, and enroll in consecutive periods will be able to graduate in 32 months.