HSM 3051: Career and Internship Skills in Health Services Management

2 Credits

This course is a requirement in the Bachelor of Applied Science major in Health Services Management. It can also be an elective for HSM minor and certificate students, with adviser permission. Its overall goal is to enable students to apply concepts and skills gained in the Health Services Management program and contribute their knowledge of best practices to make a positive impact on the health services management workplace and industry. To successfully complete this class, students will create a career interest statement, resume, cover letter, and LinkedIn profile.They will also apply to at least one health services-related internship or work position, participate in networking opportunities, and create an action plan to successfully obtain an HSM internship and enroll in HSM 4596. Prerequisites: HSM major or premajor; WRIT 1301 or 1401 or equivalent; HSM 3521; HSM 4561.

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