Bachelor of Arts in Health Care Management - Clinical Track: Human Resources Concentration
At Ottawa University, we offer life-friendly online degree programs for working adults who wish to pursue a career in human resources in a health care management setting.
As a student of our Bachelor of Arts in Health Care Management – Clinical Track with a Human Resources concentration, you will cover topics, such as legally prescribed standards for measuring work performance, compensation, labor-employee relations, and recruitment, selection, training, development, and appraisal of employees. Combined with your hospital administration courses, you will graduate a more effective human resources leader.
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Apply your health care credentials toward degree requirements and complete your degree in less time. To follow this track you must have at least 30 credits in professional clinical training and credentials. Explore the complete list of accepted credentials
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For detailed curriculum and more please visit the University Catalog entry for this program.
The curriculum of this program consists of 124 credit hours.
Human Resources Concentration Courses
A concentration consists of a minimum of four courses, of which at least 12 semester credits must be upper division. See the course catalog for more information regarding concentrations.
Select at least four of the following courses:
Health Care Management Major Courses (Clinical Track)
Planning and Budgeting in Health Care | OAD 36020
Addresses basic budgeting and management systems applicable to various health care industries. Examines development of business budgets using tools and models such as balance sheets, income statements, cash flow analysis, time value of money concepts and project planning techniques specific to health care organizations.
Human Resources in Health Care Organizations | OAD 38663
Examines relationships between employer and employee. Topics Includes development of appropriate
and legally prescribed standards for measuring work performance, compensation, labor-employee relations, and recruitment, selection, training, development, and appraisal of employees.
Health Care Law and Ethics | OAD 40654
Explores case law affecting health care administration. Includes subjects such as health care
reimbursement, patient access to health care, organization and operation of the health care business and medical staff relations. Examines ethical issues such as defining death and harvesting organs, withholding or withdrawing medical care, surrogate motherhood and maternal-fetal conflict and patient confidentiality and AIDS.
Health Care Policy and Regulation | OAD 46000
Examines the development of health care policy in the U.S. and the influences of societal, political,
and economic environments on the health care industry. Explores the interaction of government and other regulatory agencies within the health care industries.
Quality in Health Care | OAD 48400
Examines the various aspects of quality: measurement, management, and improvement and how these are conducted in health care organizations. Describes the relationship between quality and reimbursement, particularly in Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement, as well as the growing linkage to commercial payers. Focuses on the theory of quality as well as the process, including studying examples of quality initiativs and organizations that promote quality efforts in health care organizations.
Management of Health Care Organizations | OAD 48563
Provides overview of management in health organizations with attention to management functions
of planning, controlling and organizing. Emphasis on budgeting as application of planning and controlling. Covers setting of objectives, formulation of strategies, decision-making techniques of
control, and different approaches to establishing authority and responsibility in organizations.
Seminar in Applied Health Care Management | OAD 49500
Capstone course that guides students in integration of functional content areas in the field of health
care management. Addresses health care management Issues and applies health care management theories and techniques to problems and cases through a process of decision-making.
For detailed curriculum and more please visit the Course Catalog entryfor this program.