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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2024 Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy Programs of Study Health Administration for Transfer Students (Direct Admit to EJBSPPP)  

Health Administration for Transfer Students (Direct Admit to EJBSPPP)

This program is designed to accommodate the needs of transfer students, both traditional and nontraditional students.

Entry requirements for community college transfers include:
  • Successful completion of an associate degree program with a grade-point average of 2.5 or better.
  • Completion of 01:355:101 English Composition II (3) or equivalent with grades of C or better.
Community college students are encouraged to apply prior to completing their degree program, indicating their anticipated degree completion date from their community college.

The health administration major prepares students for entry-level positions leading to an administrative career path in the healthcare sector. Students learn to address administrative and managerial problems in health systems, hospitals, ambulatory care facilities, long-term care facilities, and other healthcare delivery settings. Students learn about the financial, quality, and patient satisfaction issues in healthcare today. They learn about the policy, laws, and regulations regarding institutional management and for example, human resources.  They also learn about the ethical context in which administrative decisions are made in the healthcare field. The major leads to the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree awarded by the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy.

Students seeking the health administration major must have completed at least 30 credits before applying to the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. Successful applicants will have completed the prerequisite courses with grades of C or better and have achieved an overall grade-point average of at least 3.0. Please see the school website for further information.
 

Prerequisite Courses  (6-7credits)
01:355:101  Expository Writing (3) or English Composition II
 Statistics (3)                 

Recommended Lower-Division Core Courses (3 credits)
It is recommended students complete Intro to Financial Accounting or equivalent at the community college or four-year college/university from which they are transferring. The course is not required for admission to the program.

10:501:207 Accounting for Supervisors/Professionals (3) or equivalent
(Completion of this course prior to admission will provide transfer students more flexibility in scheduling once at the Edward J. Bloustein School.

Major Requirements (501, 501D) (49-55 credits)
10:501:203  Introduction to Health Administration (3)
10:501:207  Accounting for Supervisors and Managers (3) or equivalent (if not taken at a lower division)
10:501:260  Health Care Systems (3)
10:775:300  Writing for Professionals (3)

One of the following:

  • 10:501:310  Administrative Issues for Health Care Managers (3) (Prerequisite:10:501:260 and 10:501:207)
  • 37:533:325  Human Resources and Health Administration (3)
  • 10:501:483  Special Topics: Human Resource Management and Health Administration (3)
10:501:332  Health Care Economics (3)
10:501:333  Financial Aspects of Health Administration (3)
10:501:335  Population Health (3) Prerequisite: 10:501:203
10:501:354  Marketing for Health Care Organizations (3) (Prerequisite 10:501:203)
10:501:356  Health Care Ethics and Law (3)
10:501:363  Health Systems Operations (3) Prerequisite: 10:501:203
10:501:395 Data Management for Health Care (3) (open to majors and minors only) (Prerequisite 10:775:205 or equivalent)
10:501:410  Information Systems for Health Care (3) Prerequisites: 10:501:203 and 10:501:333
10:501:425  Financial Management (3) Prerequisite: 10:501:333
10:775:450  Leadership Seminar (3) (Open to majors only) Prerequisites: 10:775:300; minimum 85 credits
10:775:499  Professional Practice Internship (6) Prerequisites: 10:775:300, 10:775:395, 10:775:450, and 100 credits
 
General Education Requirements (27 credits)

Course
Credits
Note
Expository Writing
3
Fulfilled by prerequisite
Intensive Writing
3
Fulfilled within the major
Quantitative Reasoning
3
Fulfilled by prerequisite
Science
3

Social Science
3

Arts and Humanities
3

Diversity (Global Cultural Awareness
3

History
3


 
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