Bachelor’s Degree in Allied Health Management
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Following the curricular sequence
The Bachelor’s Degree program in Allied Health Management is comprised of a combination of courses providing skills such as managing the administrative area within a health services organization, medical law/regulations, and current procedural coding with health information resources. The program is designed to prepare a student for a career as an administrator in the health services field.
- Leadership and Organizational Behavior Lecture/Lab
- Health Services Organization Management and Marketing Lecture/Lab
- Health Information Systems Lecture/Lab
- Healthcare Human Resource Management Lecture/Lab
- Introduction to Healthcare Financial Management Lecture/Lab
- Healthcare Policy and Law
Possible Employment Opportunities
- Healthcare Manager
License or related certification
Depending on graduates’ concentration track, they will quality to sit for one of the following exams through the American Academy of Professional Coders™ (AAPC)
Certified Professional Coder (CPC) exam
Certified Physician Practice Manager (CPPM®) exam, or Licensure of Basic Machine Operator through the Dept of Health State of Florida.
A student must first successfully graduate from an Allied Health (Medical Assistant Technician, Billing and Coding, or other) diploma or degree program, from either NUC-FTC or another accredited institution, as a prerequisite for enrolling in the Allied Health Management Bachelor program. External transcripts must be evaluated by Academic Affairs to determine the transfer of credits accepted into the program.
*These examples are intended to serve only as a general guide of possible employment opportunities. There are many factors that determine the job an individual may obtain and Florida Technical College cannot guarantee its graduates any particular job. Some positions may require a license or other certifications. We encourage you to research the requirements for the particular position you desire. Program Availability varies by campus.