Certificate in Healthcare Executive Leadership
The Healthcare Executive Leadership Certificate is a collaboration between the Department of Graduate Nursing and the Stender School of Business and Technology.
* Tuition rates are for the 2021-22 academic year. Additional fees and costs for course materials may apply. Total program cost and completion time varies depending on transfer credits and individual program plans. Tuition rates are subject to change.
Courses are taught by experienced faculty members. Completion of the Certificate will consist of 4 core courses. Each course is 3 credits and delivered in 8 weeks.
MGT 6310 – Conflict, Negotiating, and Coaching the Client Group
Prepares students to guide subordinates or clients through the conflicts that often emerge during periods of organizational change. Topics covered in the course will include: sources of conflict, resistance to change, conflict resolution style preferences, negotiating (interest-based vs. positional), and providing coaching and feedback.
MGT 6351 – Health Care Administration
Provides an orientation to the current healthcare business environment and service delivery systems. The course presents students with a broad based perspective of key environmental factors influencing current and future trends in healthcare. This approach helps students develop a context for synthesis, discussion and analysis of contemporary issues and trends. (Healthcare Leadership Concentration)
MGT 6355 – Health Care Finance
The course will cover finance issues related to healthcare organizations. Topics include: reimbursement analysis, understanding the nature of costs, profitability analysis and preparation of budgets. The class will learn how to analyze financial statements. (Healthcare Leadership Concentration)
MGT 6455 – Strategic Leadership for Change
Explores the complex connections among strategy, leadership, and change management. Set in a global environment characterized by rapid technological change, it emphasizes the importance of a leader’s capacity to anticipate, envision, and work collaboratively toward a viable organizational future. The course requires students to synthesize and integrate lessons learned in their previous courses.