B.S. in Health Care Management and M.S. in Occupational Therapy

We know you are ready. You know you are ready. So what are you waiting for?

Our B.S. & M.S. Fast Track program allows you to work simultaneously on a Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management and a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy. That's right - earn your B.S. & M.S. in only five years.

You will earn two distinct skills to set you apart from everyone else. You will learn how to manage healthcare facilities (hospitals, clinics, etc.) with your undergraduate degree and then, upon earning your graduate degree, you will become eligible to sit for the occupational therapist certification examination administered by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT).

Feel like you can perform at the graduate level while an undergraduate? Want to make an actual difference on individual lives? Then the B.S. & M.S. Fast Track program is for you.

Both programs - Health Care Management and Occupational Therapy - will work together to grant admission to qualified freshmen, who submit competitive applications, into this fast track program. Fast forward your life and your career - contact us about applying today.


B.S. in Health Care Management and M.S. in Health Informatics

Understand the complexity of today’s healthcare environment; learn to manage health information; or qualify for the AHIMA coding credential. Stand out in one of the fastest growing fields in the U.S.

• Health Care Management

One of the top programs in one of the fastest growing fields will prepare you with the knowledge and skills to manage the complexity of today’s healthcare systems. You will be in demand with skills to evaluate, analyze and make ethical decisions. Click here to see the curriculum

• Health Information Management

You will learn how to manage health information plus health technical and personnel resources in order to operate electronic health record systems. Health Information Management is critical and necessary for quality healthcare today. Click here to see the curriculum