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|
Course Catalog | Course descriptions and prerequisites
Class Schedule | Courses details by semester
Meet Jeff Olsen Krengel
I work with prospective students interested in our applied undergraduate majors (Construction Management, Health Services Management, and Information Technology Infrastructure) or designing their own degree program (Health & Wellbeing Sciences, Inter-College Program, and Multidisciplinary Studies). 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.