Total Credits21—22 (45 required for admission)
The Health Services Management minor, delivered partially online, provides an option for U of M undergraduates who want to add a health services management concentration to their existing degree plan. Students will gain a conceptual understanding of the business aspects of health care, along with analytical and problem-solving skills.
The Health Services Management minor is available to any student currently enrolled in an undergraduate degree program at the University of Minnesota.
- 45 earned credits
- 2.5+ GPA
We recommend taking the courses in this order:
|Health Care Delivery Systems (HSM 3521)||3||30 semester credits|
|Introduction to Financial Reporting (ACCT 2050)
Principles of Accounting (APEC 1251)
|Health Care Administration and Management (HSM 4561W)||3||45 semester credits|
|Health Care Finance (HSM 4541)||3||45 semester credits; knowledge of Microsoft Excel and basic accounting such as ACCT 2050|
|Human Resources in Health Care Settings (HSM 4531)||3||45 semester credits|
|Health Care Quality and Patient Safety Management (HSM 4301) (ABUS 3301 can substitute if already taken)||3||None|
|Health Care Law and Ethics (HSM 4591)||3||45 semester credits|
Meet Jeff Olsen Krengel
I work with prospective students interested in our undergraduate applied science majors and those who want to design their own degree program. I’m available to answer your questions and help you find a program that meets your needs.
In my free time, I can be found reading, running with my son, or visiting a brewery. I am an avid sports fan cheering for the Green Bay Packers, Minnesota United FC, and Liverpool FC.
Give me a call at 612-625-4340, email me, or schedule an appointment on my calendar below.