Healthcare Management Degree Specialization
DeVry University's Healthcare Management specialization has a strong emphasis on health services, coupled with fundamental business and management courses designed to help you adapt and succeed when faced with the ever changing workplace challenges. Specializing in Healthcare Management at DeVry University can support and advance your commitment to serving others with the knowledge and ability to be effective in a variety of roles.
Our Healthcare Management specialization can help prepare you to play an important role in areas such as healthcare policy, managed care, insurance, information systems or finance.
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All students enrolled in site-based programs will be required to take some coursework online and, for some programs and locations, a substantial portion of the program may be required to be completed online.
Take the Tech Path
This degree program offers the option for a tech-centric plan of study. The modern workplace is interconnected and technology-dependent. That’s why we put tech at the core of many degree programs and courses. Students in the Tech Path learn to leverage technology, connecting people, process, data and devices to solve real-world business problems.
Managed Care and Health Insurance
Healthcare Information Systems
Budgeting and Forecasting
Human Resource Management
In this healthcare management course, survey the development of health insurance products and managed-care approaches to the financing and delivery of healthcare services.
Learn about the political, social and economic influences on public healthcare policy in the US in this healthcare management course.
Become familiar with the principles and strategies for successfully marketing products and services.
Apply hardware and software options for managing patient records, insurance and billing data, and developing and maintaining health services information systems.
Design and implement departmental and long-term budgets, accounting for resource expenditures based on actual processes.
Explore techniques essential to managing corporate human resources, including resource planning, staffing and rewards, as well as developing and maintaining positions and people.