Administration and Supervision BAS, Health Care Management Concentration (HCMG-BAS)
The curriculum leading to the BAS in Administration and Supervision with a concentration in Health Care Management provides access to students who already have skills in a health care provider field and wish to advance to higher level supervisory and management positions in health care. The upper-level coursework in this concentration broadens the student's knowledge in health care management practices and prepares the student for supervisory and management opportunities within their chosen field.
District Academic Department Head, Allied Health
Healthcare Management Concentration
Dean, Warrington Campus
Dr. Douglas A. Wymer
Dean, Baccalaureate Studies and Academic Support
Upper Division Requirements:
Admission requires an AAS, an AS, an AA degree, or at least sixty credits in a related discipline including at least fifteen semester hours of transferable general education coursework.
For AS and AAS graduates, an additional fifteen to twenty one general education credits are required to complete the thirty-six credit hour general education requirement of Pensacola State College.
Also, all students must complete eight college credit hours of the same foreign language or two consecutive years of the same foreign language in high school.
General Education Courses (15-21 additional credits beyond the AAS or AS degree)
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Required Core Courses (21) hrs.
Grade of C or higher required.
Required Concentration Courses:
MAN 4720: Required for all students in final semester of coursework
Select three of the electives listed below:
ACG 3024: Required for students not having Accounting I (ACG 2001) or Financial Accounting (ACG 2021) in Associate Degree Program
Note: Students with an AA degree must complete an additional 21 credits in courses at the lower division 1000 and 2000 level in the prefix of BSC, EMS, FIN, HIM, HSA, HSC, MSL, NSP, NUR, OST, RTE, OR SON in order to enroll in the Health Care Management Concentration.