BS in Health Leadership Completion Program
The Bachelor of Science in Health Leadership Completion Program is designed for allied health professionals who have completed Associate Degrees in any allied health field or health-related programs. It is intended for those who desire career advancement in healthcare related jobs and wish to assume positions of leadership. The HL program teaches students theoretical knowledge and skills to compete beyond entry-level positions in the field. Students complete 30 quarter credits of upper division General Education courses and 60 quarter credits of major courses.
program learning outcomes
Upon completion of the program, the student should be able to:
- Use theories of leadership and organizational behavior to define management practices in multicultural healthcare settings.
- Explore the legal and ethical principles and responsibilities of healthcare organizations and healthcare professionals.
- Apply principles of finance and budgeting to the management of resources within a healthcare organization
- Analyze qualitative and quantitative data for evidence-based decision-making leading to continuous quality improvement in healthcare settings.
- Explore the impact of healthcare policy and politics on the delivery of healthcare services.
- Explain the impact of technology and informatics on the delivery of healthcare services.
General Education Coursework
|Art and Pop Culture
|Research Design and Writing
program major courses
|Introduction to Healthcare Management
|Quality Management and Patient Safety
|Organizational Theory and Leadership
|Regulatory, Legal, and Ethical Issues in Healthcare
|Research Methods in Healthcare Management
|Finance and Budgeting in Healthcare
|Management of Human Resources and Health Prof.
Total Program Credits (after 90 quarter credits transfer) = 90 quarter credits
Length of Program: 16 months (70 weeks) Note: The intersession weeks between quarters are not included.
- Completed an Associate degree in a health-related program or allied health field from an accredited institution. Health-related programs include, but are not limited to, the following fields:Cardiovascular Technology, Cardiac Sonography, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Medical Assistant, Audiology, Athletic Training, Cytotechnology, Sleep Technology, Dental Hygiene, Medical Office Administration, Emergency Medical Science, Nutrition and Dietetics, Health Care Administration/Leadership/Management, Health Information Management, Health Informatics, Medical Technology, Nuclear Medicine Technology,Occupational Therapy Assistant, Physical Therapy Assistant, Radiation Therapy Technology, Radiography, Rehabilitation Counseling, Radiologic Technology, Respiratory Therapy, Speech-Language Pathology, Laboratory Science, Surgical Technology, Medical Records and Health Information Technology, Neuro-Diagnostic Technology, Allied Health Science, Health Sciences, Nursing.
- Complete Admissions Process
- Completion of the self assessment technology survey, including a signed waiver that states understating of online learning requirements.
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