Health Care Services/Management

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The minor in Health Care Services is interdisciplinary in nature encompassing Gerontology, Human Sciences, HPERS, Nursing, Social Work, Sociology, and Speech and Theatre courses. Consisting of both traditional and pre-health science coursework, the program is designed to meet the needs of students wishing to work in a variety of health care settings.

The graduate certificate in Health Care Management is designed to: (a) offer support for individuals interested in the healthcare field who may or may not want to pursue a graduate degree to obtain recognition for a coherent body of graduate level study in the field of health care management; (b) provide for interdisciplinary collaboration in teaching, learning, and practice; and (c) encourage qualified students to pursue graduate degrees related to their specific field of interest or practice.

LENGTH OF PROGRAM: 18 semester hrs.

DEPARTMENT: Sociology and Anthropology

CONTACT: Dr. Jo Edwards, Director - Center for Health and Human Services, Box 99 MTSU, 615-898-2905
Graduate Program: Dr. Millicent Nelson, Graduate Studies, BAS-N104, 615-898-2033

For more information visit:
Graduate Certificate in Health Care Management
Health Occupations Students of America