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Health Services Management

Admission Criteria

Admission to the B.S. Health Services Management is highly competitive. Accepted applicants must meet the following minimal criteria:

  • Admission to the University
  • Declaration of major in the program

Program Notes

Accepted applicants should take special note to the following:

  • This program in Health Services Management is organized around a core of general education courses
  • a core of business management courses taken in the intermediate years
  • and further generic orientation to the unique managerial processes in the health services industry in the form of an internship and on-the-job experiential learning in the last year

Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Apply the steps used in the managerial decision making process to solve a problem.
  2. Demonstrate knowledge of the internal and external environment of health care organizations.
  3. Develop competency skills in the functional areas of planning, organizing, staffing, leading and controlling.
  4. Demonstrate professionalism and ethical behavior.
  5. Construct and present effective oral and written communication.
  6. Interpret and synthesize data in the delivery of health care services.
  7. Apply technological tools in the delivery of health care services.

Long Term Care Administration Licensure

The B.S. in Health Services Management at Norfolk State University does not offer the internship required for licensure in Long Term Care Administration (LTCA). Therefore, students planning to seek licensure in LTCA will be responsible for arranging their own internship.

Links To B.S. Health Services Management Program Guides