Health Career Pathways - 2+2 Online Degree Completion Program

Bachelor of Applied Science 2+2 Degree
with Thematic Concentration in Healthcare Administration

Requirements

The 2+2 BAS Degree Completion Program is intended for individuals who have earned an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) or Associate of Occupational Science (A.O.S.) degree.

Bachelor of Applied Science Health Administration Year 1
Healthcare Administration Courses Credits
HADM 307 Health Informatics 3
HADM 425 Financial Management & Budgeting in Healthcare 3
HADM 440 Managerial Epidemiology and the Public's Health 3
HADM 450 Health Policy and Politics 3
HADM 462 Supervision in Healthcare 3
HADM 492 Seminar: Healthcare Systems 3
Organizational Management Courses Credits
COMT 310 Organizational Communication 3
COMT 322 Principles of Public Relations 3
MGMT 321 Principles of Management 3
MIS 330 Principles of Management Information Systems 3
Total BAS credits (Year 1) 30
Bachelor of Applied Science - Health Administration Year 2

Completion of general education requirements and approved electives at partnering institution or online via Montana State University Billings.

*TBD--To be determined following a review of each student's associate completed degree transcription

TBD*

Click here to APPLY NOW!A final degree completion plan of study will be developed and approved for each student following an analysis of their associate degree transcripts. Some students may need to earn additional course credits beyond the thematic concentration listed above in order to satisfy missing general education requirements or other required elective credits. Any additional course credits required will be confirmed for the student before getting started in the program. Courses may be subject to change.


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