Healthcare Management Graduate Certificate
The Healthcare Management Graduate Certificate focuses on equipping students with an integrative approach to problem-solving. Managers and future leaders leave the program well prepared to appropriately assess, analyze and respond to everyday business challenges in healthcare. The diversity of clinical and professional student backgrounds, small class sizes and emphasis on team learning creates a unique and dynamic educational experience.
The Healthcare Management Graduate Certificate has flexible options that allow students to choose their start term (fall, spring or summer), the pace of the program, and three options for attending classes (in-person, in real-time online or by watching the recorded class session). Students can utilize all three options throughout the program based on the most convenient option for their schedule.
Classes are offered in a blend of weekend and evening formats.
The Healthcare Management Graduate Certificate requires 12-15 credit hours. The program combines powerful coursework on healthcare issues and applications for organizations with a sequence of classes designed to enhance your leadership capabilities and business knowledge.Course Descriptions
Students earn graduate credits that can be used toward an MBA during the graduate certificate programs. The certificates are also stackable, so students can start their studies with a certificate and finish with an MBA by completing two to three stackable certificates and any remaining required MBA courses.
Five start dates are offered per year, Fall A, Fall B, Spring A, Spring B, and Summer. Contact a Baldwin Wallace Application Specialist at 440-210-4129 or via email at email@example.com to find the next start date open for your program of interest.
There is no application fee.
The central concern of the admission committee is selecting candidates who will be successful in the program. A minimum cumulative grade point average in undergraduate work of 3.0 out of a possible 4.0 is one of several criteria on which the committee will base its decision.
Yes, at least two years of relevant work experience in a professional or entry-level managerial position.
International students applying to the Healthcare Management Graduate Certificate program must meet the following minimum requirements of test scores: TOEFL (IBT 79, CBT 213, PBT 550) or IELTS (composite 6.5). The score levels mentioned are recommended but not required. Students whose English language skills need development may be conditionally admitted and placed in BW’s ESL program provided by the LADO international institute.
In addition, they must also submit official transcripts, a current resume and a financial statement. Candidates with degrees earned from foreign institutions must have their academic transcripts translated and verified by World Education Services (WES) as part of the application process.
Students can work at their own pace to complete the necessary 12-15 credit hours. Typically, the certificate would take three semesters, taking one class per semester, but students can finish sooner by taking multiple courses at the same time, depending on course availability.
At BW, in-person classes are streamed live and recorded for students who wish to attend online. Meaning that live online students can interact with the in-person classroom in real-time.
No, financial aid does not apply to this certificate program.
$832/credit. The program requires 12-15 credit hours to complete.
Students applying to the Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Management must complete a required Systems Management & Organizational Theory course unless already completed as part of another BW graduate business program.
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