Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Health Care Management

Program Structure

The structure of the Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Health Care Management entails the successful completion of thirty-nine credits (twelve courses) in health care management.

In the first year, students are introduced to fundamental management subjects – including organizational behavior, accounting, communications, statistics and public policy.

In the second year, students learn health analytics and project and quality management. In the last semester of the program, students have the opportunity to do a 12-week internship placement with an organization or complete a capstone project. In both cases, they have the opportunity to apply their skills to a project.

The course requirements for CBU’s Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Health Care Management are as follows:

TERM 1

  • ACCT 5203 Accounting Fundamentals (3 cr)
  • MGMT 5604 Organizational Behavior (3 cr)
  • POLS 5221 Health Care Policy (3 cr)
  • COMM 5105 Health Care Workplace Communications (3 cr)

TERM 2

  • MGSC 5108 Statistics (3 cr)
  • MGMT 5605 Human Resource Management (3 cr)
  • PHIL 5115 Legal and Ethical Issues in Health Care (3 cr)
  • Elective

TERM 3

  • MGSC 5151 Health Care Analytics (3 cr)
  • PUBH 5107 Health Care Quality and Project Management (3 cr)
  • Elective

TERM 4

  • BUSS 5989 Internship placement (6 cr) or BUSS 5800-Capstone Project (6 cr)

ELECTIVE OPTIONS

  • ANTH 5103 Plagues and People
  • ECON 5104 Health Care Economics
  • ENGL 5XXX Professional Writing
  • FINC 5401 Finance Fundamentals
  • LEGL 5501 Business Law and Commercial Contracts
  • MGMT 5603 Introduction to Entrepreneurship
  • MGMT 5615 Strategic Management
  • MGSC 5101 Information Systems for Management
  • MGSC 5113 Quantitative Methods
  • MGSC 5114 Supply Chain Management
  • MGSC 5128 Operations Management
  • MIKM/NRSG 5107 Indigenous Health
  • MRKT 5301 Marketing
  • NUTR 5501 Nutrition in Public Health
  • PUBH 5106 Epidemiology
  • PUBH 5117 Health Care Emergency Preparedness
  • PUBH 5121 Health Risk Assessment