The Health Care Administration Management program is a comprehensive business program that equips students with prior education and experience in health care with essential business and leadership skills. The program is specifically designed for international college or university graduates from the healthcare field or other related disciplines.
Throughout the program’s four semesters, students will explore a wide range of topics related to business in the context of the Canadian healthcare system. These topics include finance, human resources, operations, management, leadership, research and reporting, and strategic thinking. Additionally, students will study privacy, ethics, communications, and patient care concerns as they relate to the Canadian healthcare system.
This Program is Currently available in the London South Campus of Fanshawe College
Career Opportunities after Graduate Certificate in Health Care Administration Management
Graduates of the Health Care Administration Management program are well-equipped to pursue a variety of career opportunities within the healthcare industry. These graduates can leverage the knowledge and skills gained through the program along with their prior education and experience in health sciences to excel in roles primarily within clinics, hospitals, and long-term care facilities.
Fanshawe College consistently ranks high in graduate employment rates among large colleges in Ontario, providing graduates with a competitive advantage when entering the job market.
Here are a few examples of career opportunities that graduates of Fanshawe’s Health Care Administration Management program can pursue:
- Office Administrator: This role involves completing clerical and administrative tasks for an office.
- Clinic Administrator: This role involves overseeing the daily operations in a medical office or clinical setting.
- Medical Business Manager: This role involves managing the daily operations of a medical office.
- Clinical Assistant: This role involves assisting medical professionals with basic diagnostic tests, record keeping, and patient management.
These are just a few examples of the various career opportunities available to graduates of the Health Care Administration Management program. Other roles include healthcare facility manager, patient care manager, healthcare consultant, healthcare program coordinator, and more. Graduates can expect to find employment opportunities within medical clinics, physician practices, hospitals, and other healthcare organizations.
To be eligible for admission to the Health Care Administration Management program, applicants must have either of the following:
A two- or three-year college diploma, or a degree, preferably in Health Sciences. Applicants with other educational backgrounds will also be considered on a case-by-case basis.
An acceptable combination of related work experience and post-secondary education that is deemed equivalent to the above by the College.
This means that if an applicant does not have a formal education in Health Sciences, they can still be considered for admission if they have relevant work experience in the healthcare field, in addition to some level of post-secondary education. However, the final decision on admission will be made by the College based on an evaluation of the applicant’s work experience and education to determine if it meets the program’s standards.
English Language Requirements
The following are the language proficiency requirements for admission to Graduate Certificate in Health Care Administration Management at Fanshawe College:
TOEFL iBT – Minimum score of 88
IELTS Academic – Overall score of 6.5 with no score less than 6.0 in any of the four bands
CAEL – Overall score of 70 with no score less than 60 in any of the four bands
PTE Academic – Minimum score of 59
Cambridge English – Overall score of 176 with no language skill less than 169
ESL4/GAP5 – Minimum grade of 80% in Level 9, 75% in Level 10
Duolingo – Overall score of 115, with no score lower than 95
Applicants whose first language is not English must demonstrate their proficiency in the English language through one of the above tests. The scores must be valid and submitted directly from the testing agency. Applicants who have completed high school or post-secondary education in English may be exempted from these language requirements, subject to the College’s approval.
In addition to tuition fees, there are other fees that students may need to pay at Fanshawe College for Graduate Certificate in Health Care Administration Management. These fees include:
Health and Dental Plan Fees – $928.00 CAD per year
This fee provides access to health and dental insurance coverage for students while they are studying at Fanshawe College.
Program Specific Fees – $355.00 CAD per year
This fee covers costs associated with specific programs, such as lab materials, equipment, and field trips.
Transit Bus Pass Fees – $274.00 CAD per year
This fee covers the cost of a transit bus pass for students to use public transportation in London, Ontario.
Technology Fees – $193.00 CAD per year
This fee covers the cost of providing technology and IT services to students, including access to the college’s Wi-Fi network and software licenses.
Athletics Fees – $90.00 CAD per year
This fee provides access to recreational and athletic facilities on campus, including gymnasiums, fitness centres, and sports fields.
It’s important to note that these fees are subject to change and may vary depending on the program and campus location. Students should consult with SAC for more information on fees and charges.
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