The Health Care Management Program offers an undergraduate major and minor in Health Care Management and a Master of Health Administration.
Master of Health Administration
The Appalachian Master of Health Administration program is a hybrid online program designed to meet the needs of working professionals in western North Carolina. Graduates will have the knowledge and ability to be strong leaders of health care organizations throughout western North Carolina, the state, and nation. Learn more.
Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
Rapid advances in the health care industry demand that organizations and health care providers seek leaders who are bold, innovative and visionary while possessing tried-and-true management skills. The HCM degree program prepares such leaders. Students who complete this program earn a Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management. The HCM program combines foundation business courses with a variety of courses providing knowledge and understanding of the health care industry. With this strong curriculum, graduates of the HCM program are prepared for challenging staff and management positions in a variety of health care organizations. Learn more.
Minor in Health Care Management
To earn the Minor in Health Care Management students must complete 18 semester hours in the listed courses with an overall GPA of 2.0. Please refer to the Course Catalog for the semesters and prerequites for the listed courses. Learn more.