Program Curriculum

The The Health Leadership and Administration Concentration program is formatted around face-to-face, online, and hybrid instruction. Face-to-face instruction meets evenings at our Stockton Center campus.

HSCI Core Classes:

  • HSCI 3000 Foundations in Health Science, (3 units)
  • HSCI 3010 Foundations in Community Health, (3 units)
  • HSCI 3100 Health Science Research method, (3 units)
  • HSCI 4000 Health Organization and Administration, (3 units)
  • HSCI 4100 Health program Planning (WP), (3 units)
  • HSCI 4300 Management in Health Care, (3 units)
  • HSCI 4948 Internship in Health Science, (2 units)

Additional concentration classes:

  • PSCI 1201 American Government, (3 units)
  • ECON 2500 Principles of Macroeconomics, (3 units)
  • CIS 2000 Introduction to Computer Information Systems, (3 units)
  • CIS 3700 Information Technology for Management (3 units)
  • BIOL 3000 Frontiers in Biology or BIOL 4350 DNA: The Code of Life, or CHEM 3070 The Chemicals in Your Life or CHEM 3100 Environmental Chemistry, or BOTY 4000 Medicinal Plants and Herbs, (3 units)
  • KINS 4330 or PSYC 4250 Family Health, or Drugs and Behavior, (3 units)
  • COMM 4115 Communication for Leadership, (3 units)
  • PSCI 3340 Introduction to Public Administration, (4 units)
  • COMM 4190 Conflict and Communication, (3 units)
  • OM 4570 Quality and Productivity Management, (3 units)
  • PHIL 4401 or 4430 Professional Ethics, or Bioethics, (3 units)

Total units: 54 for the program