Dec 05, 2019  
2019-20 Hamilton Holt Undergraduate 
    
2019-20 Hamilton Holt Undergraduate

Health Services Management and Leadership Major


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Grounded in the liberal arts tradition of critical thinking, problem solving and interdisciplinarity,  the Health Services Management and Leadership undergraduate major is designed for Rollins graduates to be competitively educated and trained to function as entry health services managers and leaders. This major can be applicable to many areas of the healthcare industry including for profit and non-profit health organizations, government health organizations and  clinical services organizations such as hospitals and outpatient facilities. The curriculum is also designed to provide a foundation for graduate degrees such as the Master of Liberal Studies, Master of Health Services Administration, Master of Public Health, the Master of Applied Behavior Analysis and Clinical Sciences, Master of Health Counseling, Master of Business Administration and Master of Human Resource Management as well as other graduate programs that can be applied to the healthcare industry.  Majors must complete ten (10) required core courses.  They must also select an additional two major electives, one each from Groups A and B options. This undergraduate major contributes to the Mission of Rollins by empowering graduates to be responsible leaders, have productive careers, and meaningful lives. The minor (6 courses) consists of two required courses, and four courses selected from several different disciplines.

Required Electives (2)


Take one (1) course from group A and one (1) course from group B.

Group A

  • ANT 306   Medicine and Culture 
  • ENV 189    Environmental Crisis in Its Cultural Context
  • GBH 200  Intro to Public Health  
  • HSL 295    Special Topics in Health Services Management
  • MUS 227   Song Writing I
  • PHI 290    Medical Ethics
  • POL 363   American Social Policy
  • PSY 316    Ethics
  • PSY 304    Statistics and Decision Making

Group B

  • COM 203    Communication Ethics 
  • COM 240    Intercultural Communication
  • COM 330    Communication Campaigns 
  • COM 340    Health Policy and Advocacy
  • COM 325    Communication Campaigns
  • COM 336    Communication Across the Lifespan
  • COM 355    Global Health  

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