Graduate Certificate in Health Management
|Campus Locations||Boston, Online|
|Also available 100% Online||Yes|
|Credits Required for Graduation||18|
|Entry Terms||Fall Quarter, Winter Quarter, Spring Quarter, Summer Quarter|
|Meets International Visa Requirements||No|
Projections for the healthcare industry state that job growth will remain above average into the next decade. The needs of an aging population along with the increased human life cycle are just some of the factors contributing to this growth.
The Graduate Certificate in Health Management examines the financial, political, legal, and operational aspects of a healthcare facility and explores the evolution of healthcare delivery in the United States.
Health managers are found in different roles across healthcare organizations including:
- Strategic planning
- Human resources
Health managers are responsible for designing, administering, managing, and evaluating health policies, programs, and services. The courses in this certificate also serve as a concentration in the Master of Science in Leadership program.
NOTE: Due to website maintenance, course links are temporarily redirecting to the Northeastern University Registrar website. Please use that tool to locate class schedules.
Please note: Students who started this program prior to Fall 2016 should follow the curriculum reflected on their DegreeWorks audits via the self-service tab of their myNEU portal. Please consult your advisor with any questions.
Required Courses (12 q.h.)
|HMG 6110||The Organization, Administration, Financing and History of Healthcare Delivery in the United States||3 q.h.|
|HMG 6120||Human Resource Management in Healthcare||3 q.h.|
|NPM 6120||Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations||3 q.h.|
|HMG 6130||Healthcare Strategic Management||3 q.h.|
Elective Courses* (6 q.h.)
Select a minimum of six quarter hours from the following list:
|NPM 6110||Legal and Governance Issues in Nonprofit Organizations||3 q.h.|
|NPM 6150||Human Resource Management in Nonprofit Organizations||3 q.h.|
|HMG 6140||Principles of Population-Based Management||3 q.h.|
|HMG 6150||Seminar in Health Services Research: Issues and Resources||2 q.h.|
|HMG 6160||Healthcare Information Systems Management||3 q.h.|
|HMG 6170||Health Law, Politics, and Policy||3 q.h.|
|HRM 6020||Strategic Recruitment, Training, and Performance Management||3 q.h.|
Required minimum credit hours: 18 q.h.
Below are the official Admissions Requirements for this program.
- Online application
- Statement of purpose (500-1000 words): identifying your educational goals and expectations from the program; please be aware that the University's academic policy on plagiarism applies to applicant's statement of purpose
- Professional resume: Current resume that displays job responsibilities, relevant experience, and education history
- Official undergraduate degree documentation
- Proof of English language proficiency: ONLY for students for whom English is not their primary language: English language proficiency guidelines
For general admissions information and recommended admissions deadlines, Graduate Admissions.
All requirements must be received prior to review.
Estimated total tuition for this program is $11,628.00.
Tuition for individual courses is based on the number of quarter hours. Most courses are 3-6 quarter hours. See Graduate Tuition Rates for details.
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Please note: The estimated total tuition is based on tuition rates for Academic Year 2016-17 and does not include any fees or other expenses. Some courses and labs have tuition rates that may increase or decrease total tuition. Tuition and fees are subject to revision by the president and Board of Trustees at any time.
*A maximum of 9 quarter hours of graduate- or doctoral-level credit obtained at another institution may be awarded as Advanced Graduate Credit to the Doctor of Education program.