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Program Information

The Health Services Management (HSM) program consists of 22 required courses, including a mixture of professional (see table below), professionally related and liberal studies electives. Students have the option of meeting these requirements through evening classes, online classes or modular (weekend) classes.  Small class sizes allow for an intimate learning environment, focusing on shared learning with the instructors and peers.

To prepare students for their courses, student handbooks and other downloadable program specific forms offer valuable information that will lead to enjoyment and success.

It is important to carefully review the recommended routes of study for the HSM program in order to plan ahead and make the best use of time. Please see the recommended routes of study for completing the program in four, five, six or seven years.

Please see the Undergraduate Calendar for the following information:

  • Prerequisite for all courses, required or elective
  • Professional related elective tables for HSM
  • Upper level liberal studies

The following table provides a brief breakdown of the REQUIRED core program courses in the Health Services Management program, Level 1 and Level 2.

CHSM 301 The Healthcare Systems Level 1  
CHSM 305 The Management Cycle Level 1  
CHSM 306 Management, Leadership and Decision Making Level 1  
CLAW 326 Law for Health Managers Level 1  
CHSM 330 Managerial Epidemiology Level 1  
CHIM 408 Statistics for Health Services Managers Level 1  
CACC 100 Introductory Financial Accounting Level 1  
CHIM 301 Healthcare Information Analysis Level 1  
CHSM 407 Financial Management Level 2  
CHSM 437 Human Resources Management in Healthcare Level 2  
CPHL 444 Ethics in Health Services Management Level 2  
CHSM 417 Research Methodology Level 2 Practicum prep course
CHSM 408 Program Planning and Evaluation Level 2 Practicum prep course
CHSM 418 Practicum Seminar Level 2 Final Course
CHSM 419 Practicum Level 2 Final Course

The Health Information Management (HIM) program consists of 24 courses, including a mixture of professional (see table below), professionally related and liberal electives. All courses (except the Practicum) are available in an online format, although many are also available in a classroom or modular format. Small class sizes allow for an intimate learning environment, focusing on shared learning with instructors and peers.

To prepare students for their courses, student handbooks and other downloadable program specific forms offer valuable information that will lead to enjoyment and success.

It is important to carefully review the recommended routes of study for the HIM program in order to plan ahead and make the best use of time. Please see the recommended routes of study for completing the program in four, five, six or seven years.

Please see the Undergraduate Calendar for the following information:

  • Prerequisite for all courses, required or elective
  • Professional related elective tables for HIM
  • Upper level liberal studies

 


 

The following table provides a brief breakdown of the REQUIRED Core Program courses in the Health Information Management program, Level 1 and Level 2.

CHSM 301 The Healthcare Systems Level 1  
CHIM 300 Managing Health Information Services Level 1  
CHIM 301 Healthcare Information Analysis Level 1  
CLAW 326 Law for Health Managers Level 1  
CHIM 302 Health Information Systems Level 1  
CACC 100 Introductory Financial Accounting Level 1  
CECN 104 Iintroductory Microeconomics Level 1  
CHIM 408 Statistics for Health Services Managers Level 1  
CHIM 403 Managerial Accounting and Finance Level 2  
CHIM 404 Health Economics Level 2  
CHIM 405 Issues in Health Information Management Level 2  
CHSM 437 Human Resources Management in Healthcare Level 2  
CHSM 417 Research Methodology Level 2 Practicum prep course
CHSM 408 Program Planning and Evaluation Level 2 Practicum prep course
CHIM 406 Practicum Seminar Level 2 Final Course
CHIM 407 Practicum Level 2 Final Course
Flexible Schedule

Students in the Health Services Management and Health Information Management programs have the option of taking courses online, in the evening or on weekends. They can also mix the various modes of study.