Student learning outcomes: Health Care Management (BS)

Shown here are the general learning goals of the program broken down into specific student learning outcomes (SLOs). These SLOs represent what a student should be able to do as a result of successfully completing this program. Student performance on these outcomes are routinely assessed by program faculty as a way of informing programmatic improvement efforts.

Goal Outcome

Students will demonstrate knowledge and proficiencies of basic business practices typical for entry-level management and administrative positions to include accounting, financial management, computer information systems, marketing, management snd supervision.

  • Students graduating with a degree in Health Care Management will demonstrate a basic competency in financial management in the health care setting.
  • Students graduating with a degree in Health Care Management will demonstrate a basic understanding of information technology
  • Students graduating with a degree in Health Care Management will exhibit professional work behaviors, such as good interpersonal skills with co-workers and peers.
  • Students graduating with a degree in Health Care Management will exhibit professional work behaviors, such as producing acceptable volumes and quality of work.
  • Students graduating with a degree in Health Care Management will exhibit professional work behaviors, such as self-motivation and good work ethic.
  • Students graduating with a degree in Health Care Management will identify how health insurance or third party payment as a revenue source impacts the management of health services.
  • Students will apply basic problem-solving skills to an organizational challenge and formulate solutions using critical thinking skills

Students will demonstrate knowledge of the health care industry and management practices of health care organizations appropriate for entry-level administrative positions in to health care settings.

  • Students graduating with a degree in Health Care Management will apply the basic concepts of performance improvement and quality management in order to improve organizational performance resulting in improved health care delivery.
  • Students graduating with a degree in Health Care Management will demonstrate a basic competency in financial management in the health care setting.
  • Students graduating with a degree in Health Care Management will demonstrate basic supervisory and management processes applied to employees in a health care organization.
  • Students graduating with a degree in Health Care Management will identify how health insurance or third party payment as a revenue source impacts the management of health services.
  • Students graduating with a degree in Health Care Management will recognize how public policy decisions and laws affect healthcare operational and financial management.
  • Students graduating with a degree in Health Care Management will recognize the interrelationships and roles of various health care providers and organizations, including public health, ambulatory care, hospitals, health systems, long-term care and mental health services.
  • Students graduating with a degree in Health Care Management will recognize the measures of health and health status of the US population and the factors associated with the demand for and utilization of health services.
  • Students will apply basic problem-solving skills to an organizational challenge and formulate solutions using critical thinking skills

Students will identify and demonstrate the behaviors important to success as a health care manager, such as professionalism, ethical behavior, critical thinking, effective communications and cultural awareness.

  • Students graduating with a degree in Health Care Management will exhibit professional work behaviors, such as good interpersonal skills with co-workers and peers.
  • Students graduating with a degree in Health Care Management will exhibit professional work behaviors, such as producing acceptable volumes and quality of work.
  • Students graduating with a degree in Health Care Management will exhibit professional work behaviors, such as self-motivation and good work ethic.
  • Students will apply basic problem-solving skills to an organizational challenge and formulate solutions using critical thinking skills


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