This course is a comprehensive review of Healthcare Management. Topics include budgeting and finance, professional development/communication, regulatory compliance, infection control and human resources. This course builds on all previous course concepts, and provides the opportunity to integrate and synthesize the knowledge and skills acquired throughout their course work.
This course is an in-depth study of several content areas relating to health, contemporary health problems and reciprocal relationships involving man, disease and the environment. Students will explore the significance of the physical, mental, social, and environmental factors of health and safety as related to the individual and to society.
This course examines the meaning and significance of the physical, mental, social and environmental factors of health and safety as related to the individual and to society. Students will focus on important phases of related national problems, with an emphasis on college students and their current needs.