Health Care Management
Baltimore is one of the hotbeds in the U.S. for health care with large research and community hospitals, biotechnology firms, insurance providers, in the region. The specialization in Health Care Management professionals to advance their careers by strengthening their credentials as healthcare managers, administrators and consultants. It provides a sound basis in the latest business practices and leadership skills.
This specialization utilizes the faculty expertise found in the University of Baltimore College of Public Affairs School of Health and Human Services.
"From January 2007 through November 2017, the health care sector added just over three million jobs, which represented about 32 percent of all new U.S. jobs." 1
Source: 1 Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis (website accessed 05-21-18)
Specialization Courses (9 Credits)
|ECON 765||The Health Services System
Prerequisites: Econ 505 and Econ 506
|HSMG 630||The Legal Environment of Health Care Management||3|
|HSMG 650||Quantitative Tools for Health Systems Management||3|
|HSMG 691||Health Planning and Program Evaluation||3|
|HSMG 697||Health Insurance and Prepaid Health Care||3|
|HSMG 750||Health Care Systems, Organization and Management||3|
|HSMG 753||Policy Issues in Health Care||3|
|HSMG 755||Health Administration||3|