Hsm 310 Assignments

Curriculum Requirements

Major Area of Specialization in Health Sector Management and Policy (People & Society)

In addition to satisfying the University General Education Requirements and Electives, students pursuing the BSBA in Health Sector Management and Policy must complete the BSBA Business Core and the specific coursework for the Health Sector Management and Policy major area of specialization as follows:

CodeTitleCredit Hours
ENG 105English Composition I3
ENG 106English Composition II3
UMX 100The University Of Miami Experience0
9
9
ACC 221Accelerated Principles of Financial Accounting3
ACC 222Accelerated Managerial Accounting3
BSL 212Introduction to Business Law3
BTE 210Fundamentals Of Business Technology & Innovation3
BTE 320Introduction to Programming3
BUS 101First Step (Freshman Integrity, Responsibility, and Success through teamwork)3
BUS 150Business Analytics3
BUS 300Critical Thinking & Persuasion for Business 33
ECO 211Economic Principles and Problems3
ECO 212Economic Principles and Problems3
FIN 302Fundamentals of Finance3
MAS 311Applied Probability and Statistics (minimum grade of C- required)3
MAS 312Statistical Methods and Quality Control3
MTH 161Calculus I (minimum grade of C- required)4
MTH 162Calculus II4
MGT 303Operations Management3
MGT 304Organizational Behavior3
MGT 401Strategic Management (must be taken in the final semester)3
MKT 201Foundations of Marketing3
or MKT 301 Marketing Foundations
3

BTE 324

Object-Oriented Programming

BTE 423

Database Management Systems

ECO 430

Applied Econometrics

ECO 510

Mathematical Economics And Applications

MAS 342

Introduction to Optimization and Decision Making

MAS 442

Stochastic Models in Operations Research

MAS 547

Computer Simulation Systems

MGT 445

Supply Chain Modeling and Analysis (pre-requisite of MGT 303)

MGT 446

Supply Chain Strategy
HSM 270Introduction to Health Sector Management and Policy (pre-requisite for all HSM courses)3
or MGT 270 Introduction To Health Sector Organization And Management
ACC 315Accounting for Health Care Organizations. (pre-requisites ACC 221 & ACC 222)3
BSL 460Health Care Law and Ethics (pre-requisite BSL 212)3
BTE 450Introduction to Health Informatics3
HSM 310POPULATION HEALTH (pre-requisite HSM 270 or MGT 270)3
HSM 350Production and Consumption of Health and Health Care (pre-requisites HSM 270 or MGT 270 & ECO 211 & ECO 212)3
MKT 388Health Care Marketing (pre-requisite MKT 201 or MKT 301)3
3

BPH 206

Introduction to Public Health

BPH 305

Issues in Health Disparities

BPH 309

Health and Environment

BPH 310

Global Health

BPH 322

Introduction to Health Policy

INS 570

Globalization and Health

INS 571

International Development and Human Welfare

INS 572

Global Health Policy and Ethics

INS 573

Disasters, Terrorism and Global Public Health

POL 536

U.S. Health Care Crisis: Politics and Policies (pre-requisite Junior standing)

SOC 321

Applied Health Policy

SOC 351

Business and Society
Total Credit Hours120

Sample Plan of Study

This Sample Plan of Study represents one possible version of a new freshman Business student’s 8-semester plan.  The individual student's plan may vary depending upon the initial placement into English Composition and mathematics. Moreover, numerous plan variations are possible if a student enters the University with advanced college credits, wishes to participate in study abroad, chooses a special program option, or selects additional majors or minors.  

Note that each major/minor at the University of Miami satisfies a particular "Area of Knowledge" within the general education requirements of the University. This means that it is possible to pursue two majors or a major and a minor within the School of Business and fulfill both the STEM and People and Society Areas of Knowledge; a separate cognate in these areas would not be required. The only remaining general education Area of Knowledge would be Arts and Humanities, which must be completed through a major, minor, or cognate outside of the School of Business.

Students construct their individualized plans in collaboration with their assigned academic advisor.

Freshman Year
Fall
BSL 212Introduction to Business Law 3
BUS 101First Step (Freshman Integrity, Responsibility, and Success through teamwork) 3
ENG 105English Composition I 3
MKT 201Foundations of Marketing 3
MTH 161Calculus I 4
UMX 100The University Of Miami Experience 0
Credit Hours16
Spring
ACC 221Accelerated Principles of Financial Accounting 3
BUS 150Business Analytics 3
ENG 106English Composition II 3
MTH 162Calculus II 4
Arts and Humanities Cognate Course 3
Credit Hours16
Sophomore Year
Fall
ACC 222Accelerated Managerial Accounting 3
BTE 210Fundamentals Of Business Technology & Innovation 3
ECO 211Economic Principles and Problems 3
MAS 311Applied Probability and Statistics 3
Arts and Humanities Cognate Course 3
Credit Hours15
Spring
ECO 212Economic Principles and Problems 3
FIN 302Fundamentals of Finance 3
HSM 270 or MGT 270Introduction to Health Sector Management and Policy

or Introduction To Health Sector Organization And Management

3
MAS 312Statistical Methods and Quality Control 3
Arts and Humanities Cognate Course 3
Credit Hours15
Junior Year
Fall
ACC 315Accounting for Health Care Organizations. 3
BUS 300Critical Thinking & Persuasion for Business 3
HSM 310POPULATION HEALTH 3
MGT 304Organizational Behavior 3
STEM Cognate Course 3
Credit Hours15
Spring
BTE 320Introduction to Programming 3
HSM 350Production and Consumption of Health and Health Care 3
MGT 303Operations Management 3
MKT 388Health Care Marketing 3
STEM Cognate Course 3
Credit Hours15
Senior Year
Fall
BSL 460Health Care Law and Ethics 3
BTE 450Introduction to Health Informatics 3
Quantitative Choice Course 3
STEM Cognate Course 3
Elective 3
Credit Hours15
Spring
MGT 401Strategic Management 3
Health Sector Management and Policy Major Choice 3
Elective 3
Elective 3
Elective 1
Credit Hours13
Total Credit Hours120

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HSM 310 Midterm Exam: Grade 100 %

1. Question: Discuss the "Great Society" agenda and its impact on health care in the United States. Do you feel that the Great Society initiatives were a positive step for American healthcare? TCO1
Student Answer: The healthcare system has progressed through numerous phases, change and challenges over the past century. Before the twentieth century the healthcare system faced the challenge of a predominance of acute infectious diseases, epidemics and unhealthy work and living environment. The federal government has provided college loans to students for tuition assistance. Today more than half of the students receive federal financial aid under the Great Society program. These educated individuals…show more content…

This information is valuable for national policy making and contributes to the overall debate about the future of the healthcare system.
Instructor Explanation: A time based analysis is essential to track changes. Measuring geographic areas and population subgroups is important. Data is important for health policymaking. Numerous possible examples exist, such as the new Medicare prescription drug benefit, national health care reform, funding for graduate medical education, funding for nursing and allied health education, etc. 4. Question : Explain the trend for more and more ambulatory care services in the US. What do you consider the key factors driving this trend? TCO3
Student Answer: Ambulatory care and ambulatory surgical centers are very popular because of their convenience and the cost savings they offer, it is designed for physicians who can care for patients in an ambulatory setting. Ambulatory care offers the benefits of outpatient services, prevents or reduces the need for admission to the hospital. The system's structure itself vitally affects the role of ambulatory care services; ambulatory care can in turn be vital to the success of the healthcare system. In managed care system the ability to control providers, consumers and hence cost depending on structuring the system based on the controlling role of ambulatory care and

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