Students in Health Care Management enjoy a wide variety of experiences while at App State. Health Care Management students take courses as Health Law, Economics and Ethics. (See the Programs of Study.) During the junior or senior internship, students work with many local businesses and agencies (Some students arrange rotations near home.) Learn more about internships.
Our professors are engaged in active research, and regularly invite undergraduate students to participate.
Many activities outside classes are available starting with the very active Future Health Care Executives. The Future Health Care Executives provides students the opportunity to meet and hear form local health care executives and to become engaged in the local health care community. Volunteer opportunities are available in the local community. Not only are many clubs, including FHE, active in the community, but an entire office on campus, Appalachian Community Together (ACT) houses and directs many volunteer opportunities and learning experiences in the local community, across the country and around the world. Many sports at the intercollegiate, intramural, and club level are also available and any number of outdoor activities including hiking, skiing and biking. The Appalachian experience is a wide-ranging and active one.