Health Care Management Minor

Complement your current knowledge base and gain an advantage in the marketplace with a minor in health care management.

Learn more about this country’s health care system and how all disciplines play an important role in advancing health care delivery and services. To qualify for a minor in health care management, you must complete 18 units with at least a “C” average in the required courses below. View all minor requirements in the Undergraduate Catalog.

Required Courses

Required courses provide you with a solid foundation about the daily operations of health care organizations and how services are delivered.

  • HLTH 207 — Health Care in the U.S. (3)
  • HCMN 305 — Community Health Administration (3) or MNGT 361 Principles of Management (3)
  • HCMN 413 — Services and Housing for the Long-Term Care Consumer (3)
  • HCMN 415 — Financing and Organization of Health Care Services in the U.S. (3)
  • HCMN 441 — Legal and Ethical Issues in Health Administration (3)
  • HCMN 435 — Health Information and Quality Management (3) or ECON 339 Health Economics (3)