With Broadview University’s MS in Management – Health Care Management emphasis, you will learn how to oversee the vital functions of health care organizations. This fully online master’s degree program can be completed one class at a time—or take classes full time, year-round, and finish in as little as 18 months. Our strong work credit and transfer credit programs* may even help you complete your degree faster and at a lower overall cost. Broadview is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), so your master’s degree will count in the real world.
Broadview has been part of the local community for 40+ years so we have valuable connections that can help advance your health care career. We have built relationships with local health care experts who have helped us develop a relevant, up-to-date degree that will prepare you for professional management positions.
Faculty members who have real-world experience in health care will teach you the latest industry trends and practices so that you can advance in your health care management career. You will be able to apply principles of management in your current position, even before you earn your degree.
This course provides an in-depth review of case studies in contemporary, diverse workforce issues in a variety of health care environments. Students examine current human resource theories and models and published studies on personnel management issues. They then develop simulations and formulate innovative solutions for recruiting, training, and retaining health care personnel.
Students examine ethical considerations and issues that affect ethical relationships between internal and external clients, patients and their family members, and health care personnel. They then analyze the impact of research, technology and global perspectives on ethical decision-making and practices. Discussion topics include the influence of future advances and increasing diversity in global populations.
Students explore the scope of legal and government policies on the health care system and on the development of public health care policies. They examine the individual and interrelated effects, from a management and organizational perspective, of local, state, national and international health care regulatory agencies on clients, patients, and health care professionals.
MS in Management Emphasis
Required baccalaureate degree and major
|Health Care Management||Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care Administration/Management, Nursing, or relevant technical/ professional health care discipline|
|Bachelor of Arts or other baccalaureate degrees in relevant disciplines may be considered equivalent based on evaluation by, and approval of, academic services department personnel|
Upon receipt of the documents listed above, the program administrator (or designee) will conduct an interview to determine your acceptance into the program. The program administrator (or designee) will complete a Student Evaluation Form as an objective assessment to determine whether you will be accepted into the MS in
Management program. You must receive at least the minimum score on the Student Evaluation Form. A copy of this form is available from the admissions department staff.
Based on individual circumstances, the program administrator may grant conditional acceptance to the MS in Management program. Any student admitted conditionally will need to meet all conditions prior to the last day of the student’s first quarter in the program. If the student does not meet the conditions prior to the last day of the first quarter, the student will be withdrawn from the program. Candidates seeking entrance into our master’s programs may not apply more than once per quarter.
*Please see the Broadview University course catalog for details regarding our Transfer of Credit, Prior Learning Assessment, and Professional Work Experience policies.Request More Information