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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2024 Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy Programs of Study Health Administration Minor  

Health Administration Minor

Health Administration Minor Requirements (18 credits)
This minor is well-matched to majors in business; economics; human resource management; information technology & informatics; labor studies & employment relations; nursing; psychology; public health; social work; as well as, clinical health tracks such as pre-medicine/dental.

Students seeking the Health Administration minor must complete three core courses and three 300-level or higher in course code 501, excluding those designated for 'majors only'.

  • 501:203 Introduction to Health Administration (3)
  • 501:207 Accounting for Supervisors & Managers (3) OR  33:010:272 Intro to Financial Accounting (3)
  • 501:260 Health Care Systems (3)
  • Three electives with course code 501, all must be 300 or 400-level (9)

 
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