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Health Systems Management

Your First Choice

A degree in health systems management prepares students to be successful in a number of work settings by being able to engage and add to industry trends and issues, develop and manage health care systems and improve the quality and outcome of systems and services.

See the academic catalog for Health Systems Management degree requirements and program admission.

Undergraduate Programs


Bachelor of Science, Care Coordination

Communication is a key part of a care coordinator’s duties. Often a liaison between patients, families and medical teams, you will  be sharing information with the multiple people involved with a patient’s care.
Care Coordination, BS Curriculum

Bachelor of Science, Healthcare Management

Medical and health services managers, sometimes called healthcare administrators, are responsible for the planning, coordinating and directing of services within the facility in which they work. You will be tasked with sharing your knowledge with fellow care providers while also implementing your management skills to keep your facility going as a business.
Healthcare Management, BS Curriculum

Bachelor of Science, Healthcare Quality Improvement

Like most professions, health care leaders continually look for ways to work efficiently and reduce the risk of injury to others. Quality improvement is the process of reviewing and evaluating patient care plans and outcomes to produce better patient care options.
Healthcare Quality Improvement, BS Curriculum


Health Systems Management Contact

Amy Bufford
abufford@mcneese.edu
800-622-3352 ext 5835