Healthcare Management pertains to the leadership and supervision of services provided by healthcare organizations. Healthcare management majors learn how to analyze complex problems, communicate with a variety of individuals and groups, and utilize healthcare management technology. As the number of healthcare-related jobs continues to rise, healthcare management majors will have many opportunities to contribute meaningfully to the health and well being of all.
Why Study Healthcare Management at Campbell University?
- Acquire a solid foundation of the theory, concepts, and application of healthcare management
- Learn how to solve problems analytically by examining the complexities of the healthcare industry
- Become distinctively qualified in an array of jobs in healthcare management in the public or private arenas.
What Jobs are Available to Healthcare Management Majors?
A Healthcare Management Degree prepares students for a variety of jobs requiring critical thinking, organization and planning skills, including:
- Hospital administrators
- Rehabilitation center manager
- Health information manager
- Group practice executive
- Public health planner
- Long-term care administrator
What Classes Do Healthcare Management Majors Take?Healthcare Management Major Curriculum
Can a Student Minor in Healthcare Management?
Students can choose to minor in Healthcare Management. Minoring in Healthcare Management is feasible since many of Campbell’s degrees permit a number of open electives. The required courses for a minor in Healthcare Management are:
- HCM 310: Healthcare Organization and Delivery
- HCM 311: Healthcare Management
- HCM 330: Healthcare Policy and Law
- HCM 350: Healthcare Quality Management
- BADM 236: Business Communications & Critical Thinking
- BADM 331: Principles of Management