The Health Care Management (HCM) Certificate Program offers a curriculum designed to develop strategic management and leadership skills.
Recognizing that the health care sector is dramatically different from other industries, this program will introduce participants to advanced business concepts, evaluation techniques and strategic thinking so they can lead effectively, improve quality, increase productivity and better manage organizational costs.
Cosponsored by WSU's Raj Soin College of Business (RSCoB) and the Boonshoft School of Medicine, the HCM Certificate Program is designed for physicians, managers, nurses and other health care providers and administrators who can benefit from master's-level business courses.
Upon completion, graduates are awarded a Certificate in Health Care Management.
Considering a Master’s Degree in Business or Public Health?
HCM Certificate Program graduates who wish to enhance their educational investment further are encouraged to apply to either the AACSB International-accredited Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) Program at the Raj Soin College of Business or the CEPH-accredited Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) Program at the WSU Graduate School. Course credits from the HCM Certificate Program are transferable to both of these WSU master's programs.
Program of Study
To achieve the certificate, students need to complete the following three courses:
To be admitted to the program, students must first be accepted into the WSU Graduate School. Minimum graduate school requirements include an earned bachelor’s and/or advanced graduate degree from an accredited college or university.
If you are not currently enrolled at WSU, you can apply online as a non-degree student through the WSU Graduate School. During the online application process, you will have an opportunity to select the HCM Certificate Program and to submit required documents.
In addition to applying for admission to the Graduate School, applicants should submit the online Health Care Management Certificate Application.
Certificate Program Cost
The cost of the HCM Certificate program will be graduate tuition and program fee. As of 2016, the program fee is $447 per course.
Who Pursues a Certificate in Health Care Management?
Here are some typical participant profiles:
For More Information
For questions regarding admissions or administration, please contact Lori Metivier, Program Coordinator, by phone at (937) 775-1427 or by email at email@example.com.
For additional programmatic questions, please contact John McAlearney, Ph.D., director of the HCM Certificate Program, by phone at (937) 775-1430, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|James Brown Jr., M.D.||Professor and Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine||Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine (WSU BSOM)|
|Mikki Clancy, CISA||Miami Valley Hospital, Chief Operating Officer||Premier Health|
|Ken Dahms, J.D., M.A.||Volunteer Faculty||WSU BSOM|
|Michele Dritz, M.D., M.S.||Adolescent Medicine Physician||Wright-Patterson Medical Center|
|James Ebert, M.D., M.B.A., M.P.H.||Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Community Health||WSU BSOM|
|Shaun Hamilton, M.P.H.||System Director of Community Health||Premier Health|
|Tory Hogan, Ph.D.||Adjunct Faculty||WSU BSOM|
|Cameron McGregor, M.S.N., R.N.||Vice President, Neuro-Science Services||Premier Health|
|John McAlearney, Ph.D.||Health Economist & Assistant Professor||WSU BSOM & Raj Soin College of Business|
|Julie Liss-Katz, B.A.||Vice President and Chief Government Affairs Officer||Premier Health|
|Robin Rutledge, R.N., M.S.||Vice President, Cardiovascular Services||Premier Health|
|Edward Syron, Ph.D.||Chief, Primary Care Services||Dayton VA Medical Center|
|Marianne L. Weber, M.Arch., M.H.S.A.||Vice President||App Architecture|
|Bill Wharton, R.S., M.A.||Public Information (retired)||Public Health – Dayton & Montgomery County|
|Michele Wilson, M.Ed.||Organizational Effectiveness and Change Agent||Premier Health|
|J.D. Whitlock, M.P.H., M.B.A.||Chief Medical Information Officer||Catholic Health Partners|