Western Illinois University: Macomb Campus
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Health Services Administration - 2010-2011
Department Chairperson: R.
Graduate Committee Chairperson: Susan Masden Moore
Department Office: Stipes Hall 402
Department Telephone: (309) 298-1076
Department E-mail: HealthSciences@wiu.edu
Location of Program Offering: Macomb, Quad Cities
The certificate program will provide and/or substitute course work needed for professionals in health services administration. The focus of the program is to provide students with a basic knowledge of health services organizational behavior and leadership, administration and management, legal aspects of health administration, and U.S. health policy.
HSM 514 Health Services Administration: 3
HSM 515 Legal Aspects of Health Services Management: 3 s.h.
HSM 516 Introduction to U.S. Health Policy: 3 s.h.
HSM 517 Health Services Organization Behavior and Leadership: 3 s.h.
TOTAL: 12 s.h.
Health Services Management
514 Health Service Administration. (3) Overview of the U.S. health system and its structure and functions. Discusses the interface between public health and health care, delivery structures, workforce issues, health resources, health services, financing, meeting needs of special populations, global health, and critical issues in health services. Prerequisites: Permission of the instructor.
515 Legal Aspects of Health Services Management. (3) The course will equip future health services managers and health educators with a working knowledge of health law as it relates to the health industry. Students who have taken HSM 470 will not be eligible to receive credit for this course.
516 Introduction to Health Policy. (3) The course will equip future health services managers and health educators with a working knowledge of health policy formulation, examination and implementation as it relates to the health industry.
517 Health Services Organizational Behavior and Leadership. (3) Examines behavior and leadership of organizations specific to the health services industry, with a special emphasis on organizational theory involving development, leadership, change, and strategic planning.
2010-2011 Graduate Catalog
Table of Contents
- General Information
- Campus and Facilities
- University Services
- Special Programs
- Academic Guidelines
- Graduate School Policies
- Costs and Financial Assistance
- Programs of Study
- Integrated Baccalaureate/Master's Degrees
- Post-Baccalaureate Certificates
- Other Departments Offering Courses for Graduate Credit