Bachelors Medical and Health Services Management Program
Medical and Health Services Management
Take Your Career to the Next Level
The Medical and Health Services Management bachelor’s degree provides health care practitioners, holding an associate’s degree in an allied health field, with the skills and competencies needed to function as managers and supervisors in health care settings. An earned associate’s degree in an allied health field from an accredited institution is required for admission into this program.
Learn from industry-experienced faculty who have firsthand understanding of the strategies, tactics, and every-day demands of their field.
The program core provides a foundation in management and human resources, as well as specifics on healthcare law and bioethics, quality improvement, project management, economics, evidence based practice and research, policy, and leadership. Specializations allow customization of the program to your chosen career path, with each specialization offering electives in teaching and adult learning:
Our convenient eLearning platform makes it easy for busy bachelor and graduate students to take their classes online! Attend engaging live, interactive Zoom classes with peers and faculty at a time that fits best into your schedule. You can now study during the day, evening, or on the weekend, leaving you more flexibility to balance life’s priorities.
Students receive a career-focused education and personal attention from our faculty and staff, allowing for the convenience of an online education with the dedication and quality of in-person classes.
Find out more about eLearning with American National University, including what it’s like to be a distance education student, here. Speak with an ANU eUniversity Admissions Representative – call 833.388.1100.
HSM440 Healthcare Evidence Based Practice and Research
HSM490 Leadership in Healthcare
Transfer Credit 72 credits transferred from an accredited allied health or nursing program if the student has an associate degree. (Additional transfer credits may be awarded based on individual student associate degree)