HSM 4684/6684

About This Course

Long term care organizations operate within a dynamic environment of changing care demands, regulatory requirements, and financial constraints. This course is designed to provide students with an overview of leadership principles, organizational governance and change management, advocacy and public relations, and strategic business planning within the context of nursing homes. This course meets national and state requirements for licensure as a nursing home administrator.

Prerequisites: None.


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Roger White

"What I like most about working with HSM students is the passion for elderly that the students bring to the program is invigorating!"

BS, business and human resource management, Capella University; Master of Professional Studies, human resources management, Georgetown University

Roger White has 25 years of experience in human resources, entrepreneurship, and leadership. As associate administrator and head of people and culture at Mount Olivet Careview and Mount Olivet Home since 2008, he has excelled in creating diversified human resources cultures with quantified outcomes. Before that, he was CEO for Lifecycle Health Services. He holds professional certifications in human resources (SPHR and SHRM-SCP) and administration (LADL and LNHA). Combining a passion for collaborative culture design, expertise in employment law and counsel, and polished skills as a facilitator of change management, he brings a holistic approach to human resources and health care administration.

  • HSM 4589/6589 – Long Term Care Human Resources Management
  • HSM 4684/6684 – Long Term Care Leadership and Strategy

Information Subject to Change

Course details, syllabus, and instructor are subject to change. Current course details can be found by clicking on the Term link(s) above.