Prepare for a leadership role within dynamic healthcare organizations.
The healthcare industry is moving at a rapid pace – new reforms, new technologies, longer life expectancies, etc. These factors and more will require dynamic, focused leaders ready to take on the challenges of providing effective healthcare throughout the 21st century. Students in the accelerated Healthcare Leadership program at Lewis University will learn trends in global healthcare systems and healthcare reform, adaptive communication styles across audience types and organizational lines, healthcare business and financial methodologies, and ethical decision-making unique to the healthcare industry.
- United States Healthcare System
- Communication in Healthcare Organizations
- Project Management and Team Dynamics
- Management Skills for the Healthcare Professional
- Managing Information in Healthcare
- Financial Management in Healthcare
- Healthcare Planning and Analysis
- Healthcare Operations
- Leadership in Healthcare
- Healthcare Leadership Practicum
- Doctor’s Office Manager
- Physical Therapy Clinic
- Nursing 甘肃快3走势图s
- Ambulatory Service Centers
- Dental Office Manager
- Hospital/Medical Institutions
- Minimum of 30 transferable credit hours at a regionally accredited post-secondary institution
- Must include College Writing I or equivalent
- Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale) based on all transferable courses
- Official transcripts from all institutions previously attended
- Must demonstrate evidence of significant work experience or military training
Please refer to the Office of Admission for application requirements and specific next steps.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Health Service Managers have a job outlook growth of 17% by the year 2024.
HEALTHCARE LEADERSHIP BA TO MBA PATHWAY
HEALTHCARE LEADERSHIP (HCLD) BA REQUIREMENTS
- General Education (45 credit hours)
- HCLD major courses (30 credit hours)
- Elective courses (53 credit hours must include the following courses)
- Accounting I and Accounting II (6 cr)
- Macroeconomics and Microeconomics (6 cr)
- Decision Science and Statistics (6 cr)
- Business Information Systems (3 cr)
- Principles of Management (3 cr)
- Principles of Marketing (3 cr)
- Principles of Finance (3 cr)
- International Business (3 cr)
A minimum of 3.0 GPA is required for all undergraduate coursework, including transfer credit, with a "B-" or above in any of the the MBA Core Courses listed above.
- Foundation Courses (waived)
- Core courses (21 credit hours)
- Managerial Accounting
- Managerial Economics
- Marketing Management
- Managerial Finance
- Legal, Social & Ethical Foundations
- Managerial Communication
- International Business in the Global Environment (waived)
- Strategic Management in the Global Environment
- Major Field Test (0 credit hours)
- Concentration Courses (9 credit hours)
- Elective Course (waived)
Must start MBA work the semester after completing your HCLD BA.
Note: this can consist of one course. You have seven years to complete your MBA.
For more information contact the Office of Admission at admission@ or call (815)836-5250.
Healthcare Leadership Degree: Why Lewis University?
"My instructors were current and experienced healthcare professionals who offered real life scenarios. I've gained real life experience and was given multiple opportunities to network with qualified people in the field. The program has provided me with many tools to move toward a successful career as a healthcare professional."
"One of the recommended requirements for my job was to have a bachelor's degree. In my search for a degree program that fit my busy life, Lewis University topped the list. The accelerated program curriculum along with courses being offered at night and online, were a major factor for me. Because all of my credits transferred I was able to graduate in 2 years."
"Throughout the HCL program I gained real life experience and was able to use the information from class in my workplace. Our professors linked us (students) with other healthcare professionals for growth in the direction we wanted to take with our career. The professors adapted our assignments based on goals and experiences we already had, or wanted to gain."