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Bachelor of Science: Business Administration
with a concentration in Health Administration 

The Bachelor of Science with a Health Administration major requires at least 120 semester hours of course work and is designed to equip students with professional managerial knowledge and skills applicable to both profit and not-for-profit organizations.  Students must complete 45 semester hours of 300 and 400 level courses for graduation.  In keeping with the College Mission, students are expected to complete one hour of service learning for every hour they are enrolled at Miller College.  Service learning may be performed at any time prior to the completion of the Senior Seminar.  The purpose of this guide is to outline the Business Administration program’s requirements.   Please be aware that your catalog year and requirements are determined by the first semester in which you actually take classes at Miller College.

General Education Requirements  45 SH

English Composition and Junior Seminar                                                                      

English Composition I ( Essay Writing) 3 SH                                                                              
LBAR 300 – Junior Seminar  * 3 SH
ENGL 310 – Advanced Comp and Textual Analysis I  * 3 SH      

Science and Mathematics 

A laboratory science course or  3 SH                                                                                                              
SCIE 320 – Environmental Issues and Local Impact            

SCIE 330 – Research Methods  3 SH                                                              

Statistics at the 100 or 200 level 3 SH or
MATH 305 – Applied Statistics 

Social Science/Humanities/Creativity  6 SH

This category includes, but is not limited to:                                                             
Appreciation of the Arts, Creative Arts, Creative Writing, Geography, History, Humanities, Lifetime Wellness, Literature, Philosophy, Physical Education, Psychology, Political Science, and Sociology courses                                             

Oral Communication 

Speech or Interpersonal Communication 3 SH or                                                                                                                 
COMM 310 – Presentation Delivery and Design

An organizational behavior course or a group communication course or                     

PSYC 310 – Organizational and Group Dynamics 3 SH

Ethics/Philosophy 3 SH
An ethics or philosophy course or

PHIL 320 – Leadership Principles (PHIL 310 - Business and Professional Ethics - is strongly encouraged as an elective)                                                 

Globally-Oriented Course 3 SH

Select one of the following courses:

COMM 410 – Intercultural Communication
SOCI 310 – Human Diversity

General Education Electives 9 SH

Courses in any General Education area

Senior Seminar ( BUSN 499) 

(The 3 semester hours are counted in the major.)                                     

Business Administration Courses 18 SH

Business Core
Principles of Accounting I or II at the 100 or 200 level 3 SH or
BUSN 300 – Accounting and Economics

ACCT 310 – Managerial Accounting 3 SH
BUSN 301 – Finance I 3 SH
BUSN 310 – Communication Skills for Managers 3 SH
MGMT 310 – Advanced Human Resources Management 3 SH
BUSN 499 – Senior Seminar 3 SH

Health Administration Concentration
HADM 300 – Medical Informatics (Computer Course) 3 SH
HADM 310 – Community Health 3 SH
HADM 330 - Nurse Leadership/Management I 3 SH
HADM 400 – Health Care Policy and Law (Law Course) 3 SH
HADM 420 – Health Care Planning (Strategic Planning Course) 3 SH
PHIL 320 – Leadership Principles 3 SH  



Minimum 45 SH at 300/400 level with at least 30 semester hours from Miller College.

*Basic Proficiency in Microsoft Word is expected 
**Basic Proficiency in Microsoft Excel is expected 
The Miller College Core consists of courses that must be taken to ensure that students have specified upper division general education courses from Miller College.





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