Health Administration and Policy Minor

The minor in Health Administration and Policy is a program of interdisciplinary education structured to help students understand administration and policy issues as they relate to healthcare institutions. The minor is helpful to students who seek to understand the healthcare system either for personal use or as an adjunct to a career in one of the healthcare professions.

HAP minor (for all but BSN students) requirements: 18 Credits

HAP 200Introduction To Healthcare Administration3
HAP/PLS 334Public Policy And Health Care3
Select one of the following:3
Seminar in Healthcare Administration: Healthcare Planning and Marketing
Service Excellence and Human Resources in Healthcare
Introduction to Sociology: Self and Society
Introduction to Anthropology: Human and Cultural Diversity
Introduction to Anthropology: Social and Cultural Determinants of Health
Three additional courses chosen from HAP courses numbered 300 or above.9
Total Credits18

HAP minor (for BSN Students Only) requirements: 18 Credits

Each of the following is required:
HAP 200Introduction To Healthcare Administration3
NUR 475Professional Concepts III3
NUR 200Statistical Reasoning3
NUR 476Applied Nursing Ethics3
SOC 101Introduction to Sociology: Self and Society3
or ANT 111 Introduction to Anthropology: Human and Cultural Diversity
or ANT 113 Introduction to Anthropology: Social and Cultural Determinants of Health
Select one of the following:3
Information Systems in Healthcare Management
Service Excellence and Human Resources in Healthcare
The Essentials of Public Health
Managerial Process And Organizational Behavior
Health Communication
Or any HAP course numbered 300 or above
Total Credits18

NOTE:  Students with a non-HAP major(s) may minor in HAP as long as they take at least two courses listed above that are not part of their major(s).