The School of Medicine and Health Sciences offers a dual bachelor of science in health sciences with a major in clinical operations and healthcare management and master of science in health sciences in the field of healthcare quality degree program. The program allows students to take 9 graduate credits as part of their undergraduate program in lieu of 9 undergraduate credits in elective coursework, thereby decreasing the number of credits normally required for the master's degree. All requirements for both degrees must be fulfilled.
The 9 graduate credits students take in lieu of undergraduate electives are: in COHM 6235 Leadership Development in Health Care Systems, HSCI 6263 Biostatistics Translational Research, and HCQ 6200 Introduction to Health Care Quality.
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