Bachelor of Business AdministrationHealthcare Management Concentration
The goal of the Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Healthcare Management is to help you advance your business background while building your understanding of the healthcare industry, including the environment of care, performance improvement, risk assessment and managing diverse workforces in healthcare. The program will help you acquire a strong business background to address common legal and practical problems facing patients, their families, practitioners, care givers and society within the healthcare industry. Business fundamentals are approached from a Christian perspective and complemented by in-depth study and application of knowledge and skills focused on healthcare. As a graduate of this program you will become a valuable asset to your current organization and a more attractive candidate to any potential employer.
• Transfer between 63 and 75 hours from other accredited institutions toward this degree or earn those credits through prior learning evaluations or tests
• Complete a minimum of 48 upper division credit hours in the degree completion program at Central Christian College
• Earn a minimum GPA of 2.0 Pay for your degree in full
This course raises student awareness about current ethics issues in the healthcare environment. Students will be able to enhance their own moral and ethical reasoning by analyzing and responding to case study in healthcare management. These are the same ethical concerns faced by healthcare clinicians, administrators and managers. Students will engage in decision-making activities in order to apply related principles of ethics to current events in healthcare.
Professionalism and Human Performance (3 credits)
This course provides students with an understanding of the professional (soft skills) required for academic and career success. Emphasis is on critical thinking, communication (written and oral), research, teambuilding, and leadership skills development. Other topics include time management, computer proficiency, and developing presentation skills.
Healthcare Marketing Strategies (3 credits)
This course provides students with an overview of the strategic marketing function in healthcare organizations. Students will be exposed to the role that marketing plays in healthcare.
Contemporary Culture and Worldview (3 credits)
This course opens the students' minds to opportunities to positively affect society through the use of biblical examples.
Introduction to Biblical Literature (3 credits)
The purpose of this course is to provide the student an opportunity to gain an awareness of the contents of the Bible, the societies in which it was produced and the contribution that it has made to history, culture and the personal spiritual lives of individuals.
Statistics for Healthcare Managers (3 credits)
Healthcare Reimbursement (3 credits)
Financial Management in Healthcare (3 credits)
Human Resource Management (3 credits)
Operations Management (3 credits)
Project Management (3 credits)
Financial Accounting (3 credits)
Seminar in Healthcare Practice (3 credits)
Business Policy (Capstone) (3 credits)
Topics covered will include history, orientation to the United States Healthcare Delivery System including discussion about the organization of healthcare providers such as clinics, hospitals, nursing homes, and related healthcare facilities. Additional topics include professional roles in healthcare, healthcare planning, regulation, quality, politics, and major healthcare reform issues challenging the industry today. Students will appreciate the complexity of relationships among cost, quality, and access in healthcare.
Business Law (3 credits)
Organizational Behavior (3 credits)
Organizational Management (3 credits)
Acceptance to the Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Healthcare Management completion degree is based on each applicant’s educational background, professional experience, and potential. Standardized test scores are not required and applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Generally, a minimum high school and undergraduate grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale, or a demonstrated ability (typically a combination of academic and professional achievement) to succeed in an undergraduate program meets the minimum incoming academic requirement. A student must enter the program with at least 45 transferable credits from a regionally accredited or approved nationally accredited institution. Applications can be completed online.
GlobalHealth Education will collect all applications, transcripts and materials from applicants and transmit them to Central Christian College. Upon receipt of a complete application, the Admissions Committee will evaluate an application and make an admissions decision. Admissions decisions can be expected within a week of submitting a complete application. GlobalHealth Education will release admissions decisions upon receipt, and an official letter with the admissions decision will be sent via e-mail from Central Christian College.
Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Healthcare Management Degree Completion Program Application Requirements:
• Completed Application Form
• GlobalHealth Education Permission & Transcript Request Forms
• CCC FERPA Form
• Transcripts from the high school that conferred the applicant’s diploma, as well as the higher education institution(s) from which the applicant completed courses for which the applicant seeks credit toward the Central Christian College degree.
Please submit all application requirements to GlobalHealth Education at:
3111 South Dixie Hwy. Suite 101
West Palm Beach, FL 33405
Home school transcripts will be accepted if they meet the required guidelines. Contact your Student Advocate for further assistance with home school transcripts.