This course will incorporate an examination of contemporary organizational systems thinking focusing on concepts relevant to health service organizations and their communities; emphasizing organizational quality, leadership, environment, strategy, structure, and processes. The course provides students with the evaluation of key factors affecting an organization’s system as well as their community, through quality and analytical thinking; allowing the student to apply theories that suggest an effective organizational response to such influences and change.
3 credit hours
This 7 week course requires students to spend approximately 19 hours a week on course work.
- Prerequisites: HLTH-608 and HLTH-706 and HLTH-710 and HJLTH-718 and HLTH-730 and HLTH-731 or equivalent courses.
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