BS Healthcare Administration Program Outcomes

The BS Healthcare Administration Program prepares students to:

  • Communication: Describe the determinants and measurements of health and disease in the population and the responsibilities of healthcare organizations to individual consumers and the community.
    • Explain strategic and marketing priorities of healthcare organizations in relationship to the needs and values of a community.
  • Critical Thinking: Analyze quantitative and qualitative healthcare data and information for effective decision-making.
  • Diverse & Global Perspectives: Demonstrate principles of collaborative leadership and team building strategies.
  • Ethics: Differentiate the roles and perspectives of clinical practitioners, nonclinical staff, supervisors, and managers within healthcare organizations.
    • Explain the legal and ethical principles and responsibilities of healthcare organizations to individual patient and community healthcare needs.
  • Lifelong Learning: Evaluate the impact of factors that affect the policies, management and operation of healthcare organizations.
  • Professional Competency & Identity: Describe the management, leadership and healthcare theories and components of the health care delivery system in the United States.
    • Solve problems and improve performance in healthcare organizations using principles of accounting, law, financial analysis, human resources management, operations analysis, management information systems analysis, strategic planning, and marketing.