The H.C.S.M. program focuses on the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in a variety of leadership positions in health care organizations. Of the 36 credit hours required, 12 are devoted to core courses. The remaining 24 credit hours focus on didactic and clinical aspects of the major.
|NURS 700||Theoretical Perspectives in Nursing|
|NURS 709||Legal/Ethical Issues in Health Care|
|NURS 735||Advanced Research Methods|
|NURS 740||Health Care Systems|
|NURS 704||Advanced Role Integration|
|NURS 716||Managed Care Methodologies|
|NURS 712||Financial Resources I|
|NURS 724||Outcomes Measurement and Data Management|
|NURS 732||Disease Resource Management|
|NURS 744||Financial Resources II|
|NURS 748||Human Resources Management|
|NURS 752||H.C.S.M. Practicum*|
*H.C.S.M. Practicum: A preceptor model of mentorship will be used in which care managers and nurse managers in local and regional health care organizations play a substantial role in the practical component of the program.