Medical and Health Services Management
The Medical and Health Services Management program prepares graduates for entry to mid-level management positions in a health care or medical facility.
The course work focuses on the management principles for health care facility, technological innovations in the delivery of health care services, health information processing technology, and government regulations related to health care services.
Graduates of this program will provide expertise in health care systems management, finance, medical staff roles and responsibilities, reimbursement mechanisms, electronic medical recording, and privacy and legal issues related to the health care industry.
The Medical and Health Services Management program was launched in 2011, and 99 graduated from the program as of 2014. STC has Level II accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).
Upper and Lower Division Requirements
This program has additional requirements that must be met prior to completion.
- Medical and Health Services Manager/Assistant Manager
- Medical and Health Services Director/Assistant Director
- Hospital Administrator
- Medical Systems Administrator
- Medical Operations Manager
- Business manager
Prospective students may be admitted into the Medical and Health Services Management program upon successful completion of any of the following degrees/associate degrees:
- Associate Degree in Nursing
- EMT Paramedic
- Health Information Technology
- Medical Assistant Technology
- Occupational Therapy Assistant
- Business Administration
- Pharmacy Technology
- Physical Therapist Assistant
- Radiologic Technology
- Respiratory Therapy
- Human Resources Management
- Other Health-related Degrees/Associate Degrees