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Health Services Administration Certificate (Post-baccalaureate Non-business Students)

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Post-baccalaureate Business students

The Health Services Administration graduate certificate prepares health care professionals in the business aspects of health care. Students who have completed a bachelor’s degree may elect to complete this five course certificate in order to improve their ability to understand and manage within the U.S. health care system. Course content is specific to the field of health care delivery. Students will learn management strategies, health policy, accounting and financial management and approaches to quality improvement.

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    Admission Criteria

    1. A baccalaureate degree from an accredited university or college
    2. A minimum cumulative undergraduate GPA of 2.75. Conditional admission may be granted to students whose GPA is less than a 2.75
    3. Official transcripts of all colleges and universities attended
    4. One letter of professional recommendation from someone in a supervisory capacity
    5. A well-formulated career plan articulated in a brief essay
    6. Resume/Curriculum Vitae

    Application to the program can be made to the HSA Certificate program online by visiting the Detroit Mercy website for admissions (http://www.udmercy.edu/apply/) and selecting apply online.

    For questions or assistance regarding the application process, contact:

    Director—HSA Program (313) 993-3373
    Administrative assistant—HSA Program (313) 993-1146
    Website
    For admissions related questions, call 1-800-635-5020 or email 
    admissions@udmercy.edu

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    Admission from Health Services Administration Certificate Program to the Master in Health Services Administration Program

    Students who complete the Health Services Administration Certificate program are eligible for admission to the MHSA program if they meet all admission criteria for the master's program. For entry into the master's program, candidates must have a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution and a combined cumulative GPA of 3.00 or better, submit official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended, a resume, three letters of recommendation (one from a supervisor) and a personal essay. Applicants who meet the requirements will be interviewed by the chair of the Health Services Administration department for final determination of eligibility. All degree requirements must be completed within seven years.

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    Course Requirements for the Certificate in Health Services Administration for post baccalaureate students (other than business students) 15 credits

    • HSA 5001 Theory and Practice of Health Services Management {co-req**HSA 5005} (2 credits)
    • HSA 5005 Career Management for Health Services Administrators {co-req**HSA 5001} (1 credit)
    • HSA 5010 Accounting Principles for Health Services Professionals (3 credits)
    • HSA 5020 Financial Management of Health Services (pre-req HSA 5010) (3 credits)
    • HLH 5700 Health Care Delivery and Policy Issues (3 credits)
    • HSA 5780 Quality Improvement in Health Care Organizations (3 credits)
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    Program Contact Information

    Program Contact Information:

    Director—HSA Program 313-993-3373
    Administrative Assistant—HSA Program 313-993-1146
    Website
    For admissions related questions, call 1-800-635-5020 or email admissions@udmercy.edu

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