Health Services Administration for Family and Human Services, Minor
Family Services Emphasis
Human Services Bachelor degree students with an interest in Gerontology may develop a specialization in health services by earning a Minor in Health Services Administration in the Allied Health Department by completing a set of five specific upper-division courses in the health services administration field. Declaration of BAS major in Human Services (Family Services) and declaration of minor in the Bachelor of Health Science program are necessary before enrollment in Health Services courses.
Admission Requirements for Minor in Health Services Administration
Interested students must apply for admission to the minor program through both their Human Services Department advisor and the Bachelor of Health Science advisor. Admission to the minor program is available to students who have declared their Bachelor degree with a major in Human Services. The requirements for acceptance into the minor program are junior standing, a cumulative GPA of 2.0, and a completion with a grade of “C,” or better, of the following Human Services courses (15 semester hours):
|HS 446||Legal, Ethical, & Professional Issues||3|
|HS 378||Issues in Aging||3|
|HS 300||Prevention and Social Change||3|
|HS 371||Mental Health and Aging||3|
|HS 372||Death & Dying||3|
Any course substitutions must be approved by the Human Services department chair.
|AL 366||Legal & Regulatory Issues for the Health Care Professional||3|
|AL 367||Foundations of Quality Improvement in Health Care||3|
|AL 375||Health Care Policy||3|
|AL 399||Health Information Systems||3|
|AL 405||Financial Issues in Health Care||3|