Health Services and Management

Program Description
Keiser University’s Graduate Business Certificate Programs educate students in the theories and practices of the business world.  The certificate programs are geared toward students who want to learn the foundational skills in a particular field or those who want to build upon their existing senior-level experience to advance their career in one of the subject areas.  The courses in each of the areas can be applied toward an MBA degree for candidates who meet admissions criteria.  Certificate students specialize in one of the following areas: Health Services Management or Management and Leadership.

Prerequisites for Core Courses

  • A baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution
  • Professional resume
  • Interview with MBA concentration chair
  • A one page personal statement describing the applicant’s expectations of the certificate program

NOTE:  Courses in the Graduate Business Certificate program are eight-weeks in length and students are scheduled for one or two courses concurrently.

Program Outline
To receive a Graduate Business Certificate, students must earn 18 graduate semester hours in an approved certificate program area.  All 18 credit hours must be completed through Keiser University.  Certificate program requirements are as follows: 

Health Services Management Graduate Certificate (18.0 Credit Hours)
Organizational Behavior  
Marketing Management  
Human Resources Management
Quality Management in Health Care                                         
Strategic Management of Health Services Organizations       
Corporate Compliance in Health Care

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