|Course #||Title||Credit Hours||Prerequisites|
|EB 101||Introduction to Business||3||None|
|EB 131||Financial Accounting||
|EB 201||The Management Process||3||Sophomore Standing|
|EB 202||Behavioral Analysis of Organizations||4||Sophomore Standing|
|Two other EB courses, selected with advice from the Accounting, Business, and Economics faculty, at least one of which must be 300/400 level (excluding EB 210 and 211, Quantitative Business Analysis and Business Statistics)||3 + 3*||Pre-requisites will NOT automatically be waived|
* Must total 6 credits.
- For most programs the only requirement is a B.S. or B.A. with NO specific prerequisite courses. However, the minimal list above will provide a good general background. It is important to check requirements of schools in which you are interested no later than your sophomore year and then to pursue a POE in any area in which you are interested.
- Strongly recommended: a second semester of quantitative/statistics courses, (ex. Quantitative Business Analysis II), logic (ex. Symbolic Logic), Communication courses and an English course. Other recommended courses include International Economic Issues, Mediation, Ethics of Health Care, and foreign language (especially Spanish).
- This course list does NOT represent a POE, nor does it cover College requirements. Design a POE, preferably in an academic area, in consultation with your advisor.
- Make sure to have an advisor in the Accounting, Business, and Economics Department, Professor Kathy Baughman is recommended.
- In addition to your course work you are required to gain some experience in health administration either during the school year or over the summer.
SUGGESTED CORE PROGRESSION FOR
HEALTH ADMINISTRATION (all courses are offered both semesters)*
*If you are planning to study abroad or if you are in accelerated program consult with your Health Professions advisor to plan your course progression
|Freshman Year||Introduction to Business||Financial Accounting|
|Sophomore Year||The Management Process||Behavioral Analysis of Organizations|
|Junior Year||Appropriate 300/400 level course||Appropriate 300/400 level course|
|Admission Exam Preparation*||Admission Exam Preparation|
*Both semesters of the year you plan to take the exam.
Competitive credentials: Science and overall GPA of 3.0: check with specific schoools for competitive GRE or GMAT scores
Be mindful of your POE courses, which are NOT indicated here. For example, if you have a Biology POE, you will need to take Freshman seminar the fall of your freshman year, Frontiers of Biology either semester your sophomore year, and Biology 207 at your earliest opportunity after completing Bioinorganic Chemistry.
The Association of University Programs in Health Administration- http://www.aupha.org
Listing of accredited programs - http://www.cahme.org/#
American College of Health Care Administrators- http://www.achca.org/
National Association of Health Services Executives- https://netforum.avectra.com/eweb/startpage.aspx?site=nahse
Healthcare Financial Management Association- http://www.hfma.org/
Health Administration Degrees.com - http://www.healthadministrationdegrees.com/
Health Administration degree programs- http://www.healthadministrationdegrees.com/
General Information: http://www.explorehealthcareers.org/en/Index.aspx