Program Admission Deadlines: Open, rolling admissions; applications continually accepted.
Minimum Total Hours: 15
Certificate Code: XHM
Contact: Aaron Reecher
Phone: 941 359-4333
Dean: Robert Anderson, Ph.D.
(941) 359- 4274
The Healthcare Quality Management Certificate is a 15 credit hour program developed to academically train generations of health care executives and students who are prepared to pragmatically address the changes in market forces. For example, hospitals’ quality performance will determine Medicare inpatient fee-for-service payments beginning October 1, 2012 under the Value-Based Purchasing Program for acute care facilities established by the Center for Medicine to Medicaid Services.
Applicants must meet the University requirements as well as the requirements listed below.
Program Admission Requirements:
- Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution
- No standardized test required and no GPA required.
- Official transcripts and resume required, send to Program Coordinator, Aaron Reecher
Time Limit for completion: One year: August to August
Required Courses (15 credit hours):
|Course Number||Title||Credit Hours||Prerequisites||Notes|
|ACG 6025||Financial Accounting for Managers||2||None||Not available for credit for graduate students in the Master of Accountancy program.|
|FIN 6406||Financial Management||2||
ACG 6025 and ECP 6702
|QMB 6305||Managerial Decision Analysis||2||None|
|MAN 6930||Selected Topics: Managing Value-driven Healthcare Organizations||3||None|
|MAN 6930||Selected Topics: Continuous Quality Improvement in Healthcare: Principles and Methods||3||None|
|MAN 6930||Selected Topics: Economic Evaluation of Healthcare Programs and Services||3||None|
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