|The Nicholls supervision and management concentration offers students the best of both worlds. Not only do they learn advanced-level management techniques but they also graduate with an understanding of patient care.
Required business courses emphasize services marketing, human resource management, organizational structures and current issues in health care management. Contemporary health care concerns, including accountability and cost effectiveness in clinical care, are discussed in allied health courses.
This concentration is tailored to students who wish to work in health care management but also want to be knowledgeable about medical care environment. The program also meets the needs of nursing or other allied health students who decide they would prefer to work in management rather than patient care. Professionals with health care credentials and/or licenses may be granted up to 30 credit hours toward this degree.
CURRICULUM GUIDE / INFORMATION:
Effective Fall 2011, Advanced Standing is required to complete this concentration. Students must satistfy the Advanced Standing Requirements.
AHSM -2013-2014 Curriculum Guide (PDF
2011-2012 AHSM (PDF)