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The Medical and Health Services Management bachelor's degree provides health care practitioners, holding an associate's degree in an allied health field, with the skills
Medical and Health Services Management
Take Your Career to the Next Level
The Medical and Health Services Management bachelor's degree provides health care practitioners, holding an associate's degree in an allied health field, with the skills and competencies needed to function as managers and supervisors in healthcare settings.
Learn from industry-experienced faculty who have firsthand understanding of the strategies, tactics, and every-day demands of their field.
The program core provides a foundation in management and human resources, as well as specifics on healthcare law and bioethics, quality improvement, project management, economics, evidence-based practice and research, policy, and leadership. Specializations allow customization of the program to your chosen career path, with each specialization offering electives in teaching and adult learning:...
Are you ready to develop a knowledge base that prepares you to be a part of a treatment team in the healthcare field? Do you have an interest in Nursing, Athletic Trainin
Are you ready to develop a knowledge base that prepares you to be a part of a treatment team in the healthcare field? Do you have an interest in Nursing, Athletic training, physical therapy, occupational therapy, or other health-related career paths? CMU’s Allied Health Sciences division provides our students with the skills employers are looking for in the healthcare industry and the education needed for continual success.
About This Program
The Bachelor of Health Sciences program prepares you for an in-demand career in ever-evolving and growing fields. You will receive challenging and rewarding academic experiences, as well as hands-on learning. If you have already earned an Associate of Science degree in a health-related area along with certification, you are qualified to complete this Bachelor’s degree program....
As a Medical Laboratory Scientist, you will be a LIFESAVER! Most medical decisions are based on laboratory test results generated by Medical Laboratory Scientists (former
Medical Laboratory Science Department
As a Medical Laboratory Scientist, you will be a LIFESAVER! Most medical decisions are based on laboratory test results generated by Medical Laboratory Scientists (formerly known as Medical Technologists or Clinical Laboratory Scientists). They apply skill and instrumentation to analyze blood cells and body fluids, to identify disease-causing bacteria and viruses, and to perform testing prior to transfusions and transplantation. MLS graduates are employed primarily in hospital laboratories, but also enjoy career opportunities in biomedical research, forensics, biotechnology, toxicology, health care administration, pharmaceuticals, and other industries. An MLS degree also provides excellent preparation for medical, dental, or graduate school. The Medical Laboratory Science program includes coursework and laboratory instruction in clinical chemistry, medical microbiology, hematology, clinical immunology and immunohematology (blood banking). MLS students experience a one-semester clinical internship at one or more of our affiliated Louisville-area hospitals....