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2003-2004 Graduate Catalog 
2003-2004 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Health Care Administration

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The Graduate Certificate in Health Care Administration is a collaborative effort of Business, Public Administration, Nursing and Social Work to meet the growing need for advanced professional development and education in health care administration.

  • Professionals with a public or business administration background who wish to prepare for leadership positions in health care management and administration.
  • Professionals working in the health care field such as doctors, nurses, social workers and allied health professionals who seek advanced knowledge and skills in health care administration.
  • Individuals also interested in pursuing a graduate degree in conjunction with the certificate program.

The 15 credit Graduate Certificate in Health Care Administration includes the following courses:

Please note that these courses may have their own prerequisites.
  • BUA 645 - Selected Advanced Topics in Business Administration Credits: 3
  • NUR 693 - Ethical Inquiry in Health Care Credits: 3
  • PAA 645 - Financial Management in Health Care Credits: 3
  • SWK 680 - Health Policy Credits: 3
  • All classes (except the Business course prerequisites) will be taught live at the Acadia Hospital (Bangor) and viewed through Eastern Maine Healthcare’s interactive video conference system at Inland Hospital (Waterville), The Aroostook Medical Center (Presque Isle), and the Millinocket Regional Hospital when staff participate.

    Prerequisites: Must be completed prior to enrollment in BUA 645, Health Care Marketing. Prerequisites may be taken in conjunction with other classes. Students who wish to pursue a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) need to have prerequisites approved by the Maine Business School (207-581-1973).

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