Minor in Health Care Management

Program Contact: Christopher Neidig  203-582-3868

The minor in health care management provides students with a foundational understanding of health care systems and employment options in this exciting and growing field. The business of health care is everywhere: insurance companies, hospitals, clinical practices, branding firms, pharmaceuticals and medical devices. Regardless of the student’s career focus, this minor expands their understanding of the language of health care systems and enhances job prospects in the health care industry. Students learn how health care systems are managed, the ways in which health care relies on analytics, and the influence of government policies on the business of health care. Additionally, students may customize their studies with coursework in finance, analytics, supply chain, or entrepreneurship and strategy.

Health Care Management Minor Curriculum

Students must complete the following four courses, in addition to any two business courses, for which the student has completed the prerequisites.

HM 201Introduction to Healthcare Management3
HM 365Health Care Analysis3
HM 404Legal Aspects of Health Care Delivery3
MG 105Organizational Management3
or MG 210 Essentials of Management and Organizational Behavior
Total Credits12
Students may choose any two electives 16
Data Mining
Data Visualization
Data Analysis with Excel (AC 350)
Database Programming and Design
Introduction to Entrepreneurial Thinking and Practice
Entrepreneurial Skills
Social Entrepreneurship
Small and Family Business
Fundamentals of Financial Management
Risk Management & Insurance
Introduction to Health Insurance
Operations Management
Group and Virtual Team Processes
Managing People, Projects and Change
Staffing: Recruitment, Selection and Placement
Advancing Employment Relations
Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace
Project Management
Transportation and Logistics Management
Service Operations Management
Services Marketing
Total Credits6