Bachelor of Commerce – Healthcare Management
Humber College’s Bachelor of Commerce – Healthcare Management degree program gives you the optimal mix of core business and health-care specific skills to launch your career in one of Canada’s most exciting and fastest growing sectors.
|Full-time Duration:||4 years|
|Starting in:||September 2020|
|Tuition Fee:||CAD 8,710 per semester|
|Location:||Lakeshore Campus (Toronto, Canada)|
In Humber College’s Bachelor of Commerce – Healthcare Management degree program, you will begin by acquiring fundamental business skills in accounting and financial management, economics, law, operations management, organizational behaviour, statistics and quantitative methods. Then, you will focus on developing health-care specific skills that are highly valued and sought by employers. Our health-care specialization courses include health informatics, heath data and analysis, health services organization and management, health-care financial management, population health, and policy and evaluation.
The program was designed in consultation with practising industry leaders to ensure that you will learn and practise the skills you need to succeed in today’s complex health-care environment. While in the program, you will also gain valuable experience through project work that is directly connected to industry, professional work experience, and a curriculum that focuses on real world and contemporary issues in health-care management.
When you finish the program, you will be well prepared and qualified for entry-level positions in health-care management in several sectors, including government, hospitals, agencies, private sector providers and consulting.
- Business Information Systems
- Human Resources Management
- Quantitative Methods for Business
- Business Law
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Graduates of our program may expect employment prospects for work within a variety of settings. Opportunities can be found in hospitals, medical offices, community care organizations, public health, health-care consulting firms, professional services firms, professional associations, think tanks and government.
Graduates of the program will be well-positioned to respond to the needs of the sector with strong academic and applied knowledge in the principles of business and their application to the unique issues and demands of the health sector.
While the majority of jobs are in operations, graduates will also be prepared to work in analytical jobs in the areas of consulting and health policy, as well as business development and advocacy.