Developing ethical leaders
Management is a dicipline like any other; it is made up of skills that can be mastered but also requires a certain level of natural aptitude. At St. Scholastica, our management program develops ethical leaders with both the human and technical managerial skills required to successfully lead organizations large and small.
In addition to general management, here are a few sectors in which management majors may specialize:
- Human Resources Management
- Operations Management
- Real Estate
Healthcare Administration concentration
St. Scholastica has prepared students to be leaders and problem-solvers in the health care field for 100 years. This program combines the school's expertise in health sciences and management to prepare future healthcare administrators to help improve the efficiency and quality of healthcare delivery.
Graduates of this program will receive a bachelor of arts in management degree with a healthcare administration concentration.
In this program, students will master core business skills and develop specialized skills that are unique to healthcare management. Graduates will be skilled in the following areas:
- Healthcare information systems and technology
- Management and interpersonal communication
- Process development
- Risk management and legal issues
- Human resources
- 4 credits Management lower division course
- 16 credits Management upper division courses
- 8 credits Accounting courses
- 4 credits Computer Information Systems course
- 8 credits Economics Courses
- 4 credits Philosophy Course
- 4 credits Marketing Course
- 4 credits Finance Course
- 16 credits of upper division electives
The minor in Management requires at least 20 credits of Management courses. Students may design a minor with any Management faculty member; a course plan must be approved by the department chair and filed with the Registrar.