Bachelor of Science - Health Care Leadership

The Health Care Leadership major prepares students to be health care leaders by providing theoretical and experiential learning focuses on critical knowledge associated with setting vision, guiding change, leading teams and inspiring people within health care.

Once admitted, students take 40 credits culminating in a five-credit experience in a health care organization in the local community.  Courses focus on the knowledge domains identified in the National Center for HealthCare Leadership competency model: communication, leadership, professionalism, knowledge of the health care environment and stimulating the change process.