Health Administration Minor

The health administration minor prepares students with fundamental knowledge to support any healthcare organization. This course curriculum prepares students to enter an engaging and growing career field by further embracing active learning and competency-based education in the spirit of Curis Personalis.  

Goal 1: Functional healthcare skills -Students will learn the concepts and tools necessary to prepare for leadership roles within healthcare organizations.

Goal 2: Critical Thinking skills - Students will learn the skills to make decisions regarding the delivery of healthcare.

Goal 3: Communication Skills - Students will learn to communicate with the stakeholders in healthcare including patients, providers, payers, and policy makers.

Goal 4: Jesuit Traditions - Students will understand the role of Ignatian values in making decisions which affect the health and lives of the communities they serve.

Goal 5: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion - Students will engage respectfully, in a local and global context, with diverse human beliefs, abilities, experiences, identities, or cultures.  Future healthcare administrators have an obligation to the communities they serve.

HAD 201Intro to Healthcare Admin3
MHI 301Health Info Management Systems3
HAD 302Financial Mgmt of Health Orgs3
HAD 303Healthcare Quality Improvement3
Select two electives from the following:6
Database Management
Data Wrangling & Visualization
Data Wrangling: Ethics Int.
Project Management
Healthcare Law and Ethics
Healthcare Policy
Perspectives on Leadership
Principles of Selling
Pharmaceutical Mkt Environment
Total Hours18