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B.S. in Healthcare and Human Services Management

Why choose this degree at Saint Mary’s?

“Graduates of this program will be poised for careers in the rapidly changing healthcare and human services fields. Whether you’re striving to learn about the delivery of services to diverse populations or want to attain a management position, you will benefit from this comprehensive program."

-    Merri Moody, Dean of the Graduate School of Health and Human Services
 

Program Information

The Bachelor of Science in Healthcare and Human Services Management program prepares individuals for diverse entry-level positions in health and human services. This degree focuses on delivery and management of health and human services to diverse populations. The program is designed for individuals who want to advance in the health or human services field or to continue on to graduate studies. 
The degree provides the necessary credential for individuals who seek either supervisory or management roles.

Additional information, including a full list of classes, will be available in July.

Program Outcomes

Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Healthcare and Human Services Management are expected to be able to do the following:

  1. Demonstrate awareness, respect, and adaptability for socio‐cultural diversity in an ever‐changing healthcare and human services environment.
  2. Integrate effective and professional written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills into daily practice.
  3. Act through an ethical and professional mindset with accountability for one’s own actions.
  4. Demonstrate management skills required in today’s workplaces.
  5. Incorporate research skills, information literacy, and data analysis into evidence‐based practices.
  6. Analyze the impact of and interaction among public policy issues and healthcare and human services.
  7. Evaluate the implications and benefits of health information systems.
     
Who is this degree for?
Those who are seeking careers in the healthcare or human services professions, or those who are already working in areas such as:
What jobs do individuals who have this degree hold?
The list of jobs available for graduates of this program are varied.