Healthcare Management Concentration

Associate in Science Degree

 
Course Requirements
ID Title Class Lab Credits
Fall Semester (year 1)
ENGC102 College Comp 1 (Accuplacer) 3 0 3
MTHCxxx Mathematics Elective (Accuplacer) 4 0 4
ACCC101 Accounting I 3 0 3
BCPC101 Introduction to Computer Applications 3 0 3
BUSC101 Introduction to Business 3 0 3
Spring Semester (year 1)
SCIC111 Anatomy & Physiology Essentials 4 0 4
ECOC102 Macroeconomics 3 0 3
ACCC102 Accounting II(ACCC101) 3 0 3
ACCC105 Spreadsheets(BCPC101) 2 3 3
BUSC240 Business Law 3 0 3
BUSC110 Principles of Management(BUSC101) 3 0 3
Fall Semester (year 2)
XXXXxxx Humanities/Fine Arts/World Language 3 0 3
ENGC122 Professional Communications 3 0 3
ACCC204 Introduction to Finance 3 0 3
ACCC202 Accounting for Health Care 3 0 3
ALHC102 Medical Terminology 3 0 3
Spring Semester (year 2)
XXXXxxx General Education Elective 3 0 3
ENGCxxx English Elective(ENGC101) 3 0 3
BUSC201 Human Resources Management(BUSC110) 3 0 3
BUSC202

Healthcare Management

3 0 3
ALHC166 Legal & Ethical Issues in Healthcare 3 0 3

 

       

Prerequisite & Co-requisites are listed in parentheses.   

For more information about this program, please contact Michael O'Connell.

The Business Management Degree Program - Healthcare Management Concentration program  is offered as part of the Business Degree program.  This program consists of 21 courses and the entire curriculum will be available online.  However, for those students who prefer the classroom, many courses are also offered in Claremont or at the Academic Center in Keene.  Students will develop the basic knowledge, skills, and competencies required to work in medical facilities, disaster preparedness and response, pharmaceutical companies or in developing nations around the globe.  For those students who wish to continue their education for a bachelor's degree and more, they will have completed the basic components required for these degrees. 

The concentration consists of 21 courses and the entire curriculum will be available online.

The NH Department of Labor Statistics and the US Department of Labor Statistics both indicate that the need for Healthcare Managers will increase by more than 18% in the next 5 to 7 years.