Undergraduate Programs

Healthcare Management

The Bachelor of Applied Science degree (BAS) is a bachelor’s degree specifically designed to provide workplace skills. The BAS degree offers two concentrations, Healthcare Management and Software Applications. The BAS program will prepare students to work in management-level positions in science, and vocational and technical environments based on the students’ choice of concentration.


The program is designed to enhance student’s knowledge, analytical abilities, and critical thinking skills and prepare them for upward mobility in their field of study. The BAS will also provide a seamless transition for students seeking to move from research-focused programs in science, and skill-based programs, to a management-level program in these areas.

Healthcare Management Course Requirements

  • ACC 201 Principles of Accounting (3 cr hours)

  • BIO 150 Medical Terminology (3 cr hours)

  • BIO 201 General Biology I (3 cr hours)

  • BIO 202 General Biology II (3 cr hours)

  • BIO 221 Applied Biology I (3 cr hours)

  • BIO 222 Applied Biology II (3 cr hours)

  • BIO 270 Management of Healthcare Organizations (3 cr hours)

  • BIO 280 Ethics and Professionalism for Healthcare Managers (3 cr hours)

  • BIO 495 Practicum/Internship (3 cr hours)

  • BIO 499 Capstone/Final Project (3 cr hours)

  • BUS 201 Introduction to Business (3 cr hours)

  • BUS 220 Business Law (3 cr hours)

  • BUS 301 Supervisory Techniques (3 cr hours)

  • BUS 361 Management of Diversity (3 cr hours)

  • CIS 151 Computer Information Systems (3 cr hours)

  • CTE 200 Advanced Microcomputer Applications (3 cr hours)

  • FIN 307 Managerial Finance (3 cr hours)

  • HRS 313 Management of Human Resources (3 cr hours)

  • INT 276 Statistical Methods (3 cr hours)

  • MGT 201 Principles of Management (3 cr hours)

  • SSE 200 Professional Development Seminar (3 cr hours)

Students must complete all course requirements as well as the general education core. Any elective hours will also be required to reach the 120-hour minimum graduation requirement. Please refer to the Undergraduate Course Catalog  for all course descriptions.