The Allied Health Project Manager Certificate is designed for students that are interested in allied health careers to increase their business skills, management and leadership abilities, business technology expertise, and communication and critical thinking skills while earning a certificate in project management. The program is comprised of a combination of courses providing skills such as managing the administrative area within a health services organization, and current medical law/regulations. The program is designed to prepare a student for a career as an administrator in the health services field.
This program may not be eligible for federal financial aid. Please talk to an adviser about alternatives for paying for school.
Program Learning Outcomes
Attain proficiency in the concepts, theories, and methods of inquiry pertinent to allied health leadership and project management.
Develop essential competencies in organizational management, including skills for inter-professional collaboration.
Integrate knowledge of an allied health care field with the dynamics and complexity of the health care industry.
Apply ethical principles that guide leadership practice in project management settings.
Demonstrate strategies to incorporate a variety of cultural frameworks into allied health practice.
Understand data gathering tools for analysis and decision-making in health care settings.