The Healthcare Management program at Missouri College is designed to provide students who already possess an associate’s degree in a healthcare-related field with the knowledge and skills necessary to manage health care organizations and services. Our Healthcare Management program in St. Louis combines professional competencies with a core of business education ranging from management in health care settings to finance and law to human resource management. This baccalaureate degree is designed to prepare students to work as mid-level managers who serve as members of health care management teams in hospitals, physicians’ offices, auxiliary service organizations, public health programs, community-based medical service programs and other health related organizations. Our Healthcare Management Completion program trains students to be effective health care managers who work with both patients and other care administrators in a variety of health care settings to assess, plan, organize and monitor health care operations.
Our Healthcare Management program is designed for the nontraditional student and is offered in an accelerated format with 60 instructional weeks. Our Healthcare Management program classes will typically average 20–25 students per class. The lecture classes at our Healthcare Management program in St. Louis will be a maximum of 30 students per course in our program. There are four classes utilizing laboratory courses further enhancing the application of the knowledge, skills and values practiced throughout the program. Some courses incorporate team and work based projects requiring students to work on group projects where the maximum is 24 students per class. The design of this program allows students the opportunity to compile a work-based portfolio highlighting their management, communication, leadership and teamwork skill sets.
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