Associate of Science in Healthcare Administration
To prepare students for challenging, fast-paced environments in Healthcare settings by offering and giving them an in-depth background in the functional areas of a healthcare settings in this modern world, such as vitalizing human resources, hospital finance/accounting, healthcare administration, leadership and operations. Students will obtain key skills they can apply promptly in the Hospitals, doctors’ offices, nursing homes, surgical facilities, rehabilitation centers, emergency clinics. Besides, students will be benefited by receiving general education required for lifelong personal growth in today's global economy along with the foundation of further studies.
- Explain and distinguish the organizational culture, structure, performance, terminology among U.S. and global healthcare systems.
- Maintain accurate financial records, prepare budgets, analyze variance and assess risks and return opportunities, making recommendations for action based on organizational goals.
- Create organizational policies and execute decisions in accordance with the legal, regulatory and ethical considerations.
- Create organizational policies and execute decisions with particular consideration of how the IT processes and structure impacts all aspects of the healthcare delivery
- Solve strategic, tactical and operational issues in managing healthcare systems and associated information technology using organizational knowledge, talent management and critical thinking.
- Demonstrate skills and techniques related to team and talent management
- Lead across organization, department, and work group units effectively by meeting organizational goals in a variety of healthcare environments
- Utilize oral and written communication skills to meet the needs of various audience.
- Utilize productivity software to develop informative, explanatory and persuasive presentations to a variety of audiences
- Create annual report for making managerial decisions
- Apply administrative and management concepts in a health care environment