Program Outcomes

The graduate of the Health Services Administration Bachelor of Science Program is able to:

Dr. Mulhorn instructing Health Administration class.
  • Give examples of and explain how socio-cultural, economic, and political factors affect the health of a population.
  • Name and explain the major components of the U.S. health care systems and public health services.
  • Identify basic management theories and principles and apply them to a health care setting.
  • Identify ethical principles relevant to health care systems and analyze health care or health administrative issues based on these principles.
  • Explain in detail the various ways that health care is funded in the United States and major variables that affect that change.
  • Identify and apply strategies to influence the health policy making process and serve as an advocate for improving the health of a community.
  • Identify how policies, procedures and standards guide health care practice and professional behavior.
  • Utilize various technologies to access and manage information in a variety of health care settings.
  • Employ analytical and critical-thinking skills to increase effectiveness and efficiency in the workplace and in the health care field.
  • Recognize the characteristics of good health care leadership.