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Linda Marie Nolin, MBA, ACB

Director of Graduate Business Programs, Professor of Practice in Business
Business Administration
(508) 849-3272
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Healthcare Administration Certificate

Program Overview

According to the Bureau Labor Statistics, employment of medical and health services managers is projected to grow 17 percent from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the average for all occupations. As the large baby-boom population ages and people remain active later in life, the healthcare industry as a whole will see an increase in the demand for medical services.

Professional careers in healthcare include (but aren’t limited to):

  • Nurse Managers
  • Hospital Administrators
  • Medical Office Managers

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Required Courses
Learning Outcomes
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Required Courses

BUS 672 Health Care Administration is required in addition to any three courses from the following list:

  • BUS 622 Leadership
  • BUS 672 Health Care Administration (Required)
  • BUS 681 Health Care Law
  • BUS 683 Economics and Finance of Health Care
  • BUS 711 Human Resources Management
  • BUS 725 Analysis of the Quality of Health Care

Learning Outcomes

Describe Organized Delivery Systems

  • Interpret Federal and State Laws applicable to Health Care Administration
  • Analyze Quality Metrics, Performance Improvement Methodologies and Patient Safety
  • Describe the Organization and Operation of Physician Practices
  • Interpret the Health Record and HIPPA
  • Discuss Medical Terminology and Classification Systems
  • Analyze Reimbursement Methodologies
  • Utilize data-driven decision-making

Meet Our Faculty

Paul Phillips

Assistant Athletics Director for Student Success and Community Engagement
Athletics

Paul Quaranto

Adjunct Professor
Business

Tara Rivera

Lecturer
Business

Lawrence Sasso, DBA, MSM

Director of Undergraduate Business Programs & Head Softball Coach
Business & Athletics
(508) 849-3374

Nicholas Thayer

Lecturer
Business

Joseph Touchette

Lecturer

Gary Ward

Lecturer
School of Professional Studies