A qualified Healthcare Management professional must be a dynamic leader who possess exceptional organizational, financial, and communication skills that can effectively oversee small or large health care organizations.
In addition to a strong business background, healthcare leaders must be aware of strategic planning, project and inventory management, technological advancements, patient administration, government regulations and policy development. In addition to a skilled business background, today’s healthcare professionals must possess the tools and training to foster an ethical work environment.
The Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Management will prepare you for this challenge by introducing you to the world of management practices, professional standards, finance and ethical leadership. By taking coursework in both the College of Leadership and Social Change as well as the College of Health and Wellness, students will be exposed to both the business and healthcare experts in their respective fields.
- August and January Start Dates
- Interested students must have a completed Bachelor's Degree with a 3.0 GPA
- $4995 tuition* (employer reimbursement encouraged)
The coursework may include weekly readings, videos, written assignments, and discussion board postings. Student are responsible for viewing all posted materials and completing and submitting all assignments on time via the CelticOnline course site, and for any announcements or additional class information or resource materials.
Next Steps: Students completing this graduate certificate are encouraged to consider entry to the MBA graduate programs as these 9 earned credits may be applied to the Carlow MBA.
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*note: additional fees may apply
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