Health Services Management, Certificate
Offered in: Chicago
The Certificate in Health Services Management is designed to serve the needs of health care professionals who already have a bachelor's or master's degree or advanced medical degree and who seek training in the management of health services. The certificate is a four-course, 12-hour sequence.
To gain admission into the certificate program, participants must be admitted to the university through the regular admission process. Certificate courses can be applied toward the complete Master’s in Public Administration for students who subsequently decide to pursue the complete degree
Four courses are required for the certificate. Two are required and two are electives. All of the courses can count toward the Master’s in Public Administration degree.
|PADM 401||MANAGEMENT PRACTICES FOR PUBLIC SECTOR||3|
|PADM 451||INTRODUCTION HEALTH SERVICES||3|
|PADM 450||HEALTH, ILLNESS, & MEDICINE IN AMERICAN SOCIETY||3|
|PADM 452||HEALTH POLICY||3|
|PADM 453||MEDICAL ETHICS AND THE LAW||3|
|PADM 454||HEALTH FINANCE||3|
|PADM 455||MANAGING AND MARKETING INTERGRATED HEALTH SYSTEMS||3|
|PADM 456||ECONOMIC ISSUES HEALTH SERVICE MANAGEMENT||3|
|PADM 458||MARKETING HEALTH MANAGEMENT||3|
|PADM 459||LONG TERM CARE ADMINISTRATION||3|
|PADM 474||MANAGED CARE||3|