Lakeland College’s healthcare management degree completion program provides a management emphasis for students who come to Lakeland College having an associate degree in a healthcare-related field from a two-year college or technical school.
The healthcare management program is designed to prepare graduates to serve the multi-faceted needs of providers across the continuum of healthcare services.
Core courses encompass an extensive knowledge base driven through case analysis, critical thinking and comprehensive writing to navigate successfully through the ever-changing environment of the healthcare industry.
Healthcare Management Major (42 semester hours)
All courses listed are 3 semester hours unless otherwise indicated.
An associate degree in an approved healthcare-related field.
- ACC 210 Financial Accounting Principles
- ECN 230 Principles of Microeconomics
- BUS 305 Survey of the U.S. Healthcare System
- BUS 308 Healthcare Financial Management
- BUS 310 Quality Systems in Healthcare
- BUS 330 Management Principles
- BUS 350 Marketing Principles
- BUS 415 Technology Strategies for Healthcare Management
- BUS 422 Healthcare Law and Ethics (Writing Intensive)
- BUS 430 Healthcare Policy Analysis
- BUS 465 Human Resources Management
- BUS 491 Business Policy and Strategy (Writing Intensive)
- 2 additional courses from the following:
- BUS 307 Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
- BUS 309 Healthcare Economics
- BUS 388 Integrated Marketing Communications
- BUS 421 Healthcare Operations and Risk Management
- BUS 426 Six Sigma in Healthcare
- BUS 427 Decision Analysis in Healthcare
The Healthcare Management undergraduate degree is currently offered at all of Lakeland College Centers, and through Lakeland College Online™. Most courses are also offered BlendEd®.
- Sheboygan Center
- Milwaukee Center
- Madison Center
- Green Bay Center
- Fox Cities Center
- Central Wisconsin Center
- Chippewa Valley Center
- Lakeland College Online
The Healthcare Management major will be discontinued following the 2013-2014 academic year, with Summer 2014 representing the final entry point for new students in this program. Students seeking admission after Summer 2014 will be eligible for Lakeland’s new Healthcare Management Emphasis within our Business Administration degree.