The demand for healthcare professionals trained in policy and regulation is on the rise. As the health care landscape becomes increasingly complex, the need for skilled professionals who are able to evaluate the impact of different programs and policies on the health of individuals and populations is critical. This certificate offers an understanding of how the law applies to the health care system while equipping you with the skills of organizing, managing and regulating the delivery of health care services.
The Health Care Policy and Regulation certificate is interdisciplinary and jointly delivered by UC's College of Allied Health and the Lindner College of Business.The curriculum includes three core courses (9 semester credits) and one elective course (3 semester credits), depending on program affiliation and prior background.
|Core (9 semester credit hours required):|
Health Systems Administration: Organization and Delivery
|HCA 7031||Health Policy 1: Health Policy & Regulation||3|
|HCA 7032||Health Policy 2: Legal & Ethical Issues||3|
|ELECTIVES (3 semester hours required):|
|HCA 7002||Health Systems Management 2: Principles of Leadership||3|
|ECON 7021||Health Care Marketplace 1: Health Economics||3|
|FIN 7021||Health Care Finance 1: Analysis||3|
|FIN 7022||Health Care Finance 2: Decision Making||3|
|MGMT 7022||Health Care Marketplace 2: Strategic Success||3|
|HCA 7033||Global Health Systems||3|
|HCA 7041||Health Quality 1: Evidence-Based Decision Making for Managers||3|
|OM 7042||Health Quality 2: Total Quality Management||3|
|HI 7010||Health Information, IS and Technology||3|
The electives listed above represent the typical set from which most students will choose. Students may be able to choose other electives to match specific career goals, with the approval of the Program Director.
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