| 1. Develop student's proficiency in the language of medicine, and healthcare administration terminology.
2. Provide the students with an in depth knowledge in management, interpersonal skills, and competencies needed to function as supervisors in health care settings.
3. Develop students' knowledge and skills in problem-solving and human relations knowledge and skills that provide the foundation for future healthcare administrators and leaders.
4. Provide the students with the broad foundation of computing and the processing knowledge and skills of health information, and how to access information through the intranet and Internet.
5. Introduce the students to the health information management systems in health care organizations, and how to benefit from these systems.
6. Review the legal and ethical standards relating to the healthcare profession.
7. Provide the students with sufficient quantitative and qualitative analysis, research methods, and quality management in health care.
8. Foster practical educational experiences and promote interaction among students, healthcare executives, and mentors in area and regional health organizations.
9. Provide the students with the basic concepts of managing healthcare organizations, leadership, healthcare marketing, health economics, managing healthcare operations and health insurance.