The Health Organization Management Program has been designed as a unified program. Meaning that its content has been developed as on extended course spanning multiple semesters.
The following is a list of the HOM Courses.
|HOM 5306||HOM I: Introduction to Healthcare Systems||Introduces the history and structure of the U.S.
healthcare system. Students will learn policy analysis and
managerial epidemiology competencies needed in future HOM
|HOM 5307||HOM II: Managed Care Orginizations||Examines fundamental and contemporary issues in management
of costs and payments in the healthcare industry.
|HOM 5308||HOM III: Consumer-Driven Healthcare Design||A systems-based view of healthcare organizations
emphasizing evaluation, measurement, and quality issues.
|HOM 5309||HOM IV: Integrated Healthcare Operations||Analyzes and examines core healthcare operational
and management issues from a legal perspective through the use
of targeted cases and projects.
|HOM 5382||Field Experience in HOM||Exposes students to multiple levels of healthcare
organizations while allowing them to develop skills in a
Field Experience Information
|ISQS 5230||Managerial Decision Theory||Examines normative and behavioral theories of decision
making in business.
ISQS 5230 Website
|ISQS 5231||Information Technology for Managers||Examines information technology in organizations and its
use in improving business processes and decisions for
sustainable competitive advantage.
ISQS 5231 Website
|BA 5199||MBA Capstone Course||Integration and review of all M.B.A. core courses;
comprehensive exam over all M.B.A. courses; evaluation of
individual management and leadership skills; formulation of
individual Career Development Plan; assessment of individual
progress toward M.B.A. program goals.
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