- Tuition: $502.25/credit (resident); nonresident tuition varies | Fees
- Credits: 21-22 (45 required for admission)
- Level: Undergraduate
- Delivery: Partially online
- Transferability: Aligned with the Bachelor of Applied Science in Health Services Management
- Options: Also available as a minor
The Health Services Management certificate provides a conceptual understanding of the business aspects of the health services management industry, along with the analytical and problem-solving skills to apply that information.
You will strengthen your ability to:
- deliver high-quality, cost-efficient health care;
- direct and coordinate services;
- communicate with customers and stakeholders;
- lead and motivate peers;
- innovate and manage change.
|Health Care Quality and Patient Safety (HSM 4301)||3||Introductory statistics recommended|
|Health Care Delivery Systems (HSM 3521)||3|
|Human Resources in Health Care Settings (HSM 4531)||3|
|Health Care Finance (HSM 4541)||3||Knowledge of basic accounting and Microsoft Excel|
|Health Care Administration and Management (HSM 4561W)||3|
|Health Care Law and Ethics (HSM 4591)||3|
|Introduction to Financial Reporting (ACCT 2050)
Principles of Accounting (APEC 1251)
With approval of the program, up to 8 credits of transfer coursework may be used to satisfy requirements for this certificate.
In addition, the Health Services Management certificate can apply toward the Health Services Management Bachelor of Applied Science degree.
If you have any questions about how your credits may transfer in or out of this program, please consult with an adviser.
To be awarded the certificate, you should complete all coursework within four years of admission, with a minimum grade of C- and a cumulative GPA of 2.00.
When you are ready to apply for graduation, visit One Stop and complete the Application for Undergraduate degree form.
Fall semester | July 15
Spring semester | November 15
Summer term | April 15
Minimum requirements include:
- 45 transferable semester credits completed;
- a preferred performance level of 2.5 or better in your undergraduate- or graduate-level work; if you do not have a cumulative 2.5 GPA but have relevant professional experience, contact an adviser.
You may take one or two courses in the program before applying for official admission, however, you should apply for admission as soon as possible.
As an admitted certificate student, you will:
- be assured that all of your course work will count toward the certificate (unless requirements change);
- receive updates about the program;
- have an opportunity to register earlier than a student who is not admitted;
- not be assessed the University of Minnesota Student Services fee.
Current U of M Students
Are you a current U of M student interested in adding health services management to your studies? We also offer a Health Services Management minor.
To find out when you should register, consult the Registration Calendar.