Bachelor of Science in Health Systems Management

COLLEGE OF NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCES

Department of Health and Human Sciences

The purposes of the Health Systems Management (HSM) program are to prepare graduates who are able to understand current and future healthcare industry trends and issues; to develop, communicate and manage resources, and develop solutions to challenges for healthcare systems; and to improve overall quality and outcomes of healthcare systems and services.

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Career Information

Types of Jobs

  • Health Coach
  • Clinic Supervisor
  • Quality Compliance Officer

Types of Employers

  • Hospitals
  • Clinics
  • Insurance providers
  • Home healthcare agencies
  • Managed care companies

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

  • Rapidly growing program that fits the needs of healthcare organizations in current and future healthcare landscapes

  • Several courses within the major are online, with some being hybrid (50% - 99%)

  • Students participate in a semester long internship the final semester before graduation

  • This is a four year degree; may be expedited to three years by year around attendance

  • Program shares students, faculty, courses and resources with McNeese State University

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

  • Total semester hours required to graduate: 120 hours

  • Completion of all courses, major and prerequisites, with a “C” or better
  • Must maintain university appropriate GPA of 2.0 or better

CONCENTRATIONS

  • Healthcare Management

  • Quality Improvement

  • Resource Utilization

 

Contact Information

Susan Tufts, Program Coordinator

susan.tufts@southeastern.edu

985-549-5120

Mailing address: SLU 10863, Hammond, LA 70402 

On-campus address: White Hall, 110D
310 W. Dakota St.