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Health Services (B.A.)

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Overview

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Dr. Nicole Betschman, Program Chair
BetschmanN@Trinitydc.edu; 202-884-9694

Dean
Dr. Mary Romanello
RomanelloM@Trinitydc.edu; 202-884-9677

The Bachelor of Arts in Health Services is an interdisciplinary program designed to address the current and emerging needs in a changing health care landscape. The Health Services curriculum prepares students to promote delivery of efficient, quality driven health care through a core curriculum that includes a foundation in health care systems, health care policy, finance, and data management. The degree program offers students the option to complete the Core + 4 (core classes and 4 selective courses) which leaves the option for students to add a minor to their degree plan.

The Health Services major is offered in the College of Arts and Sciences and School of Professional Studies.
The Health Services minor is offered in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Health Services Student Learning OutcomesProfessor leads class during a lab

  • Utilize effective written and oral communication when conveying a message about a current or emerging health care issue
  • Apply evidence-based solutions to organizational and client issues within the contemporary health care arena
  • Demonstrate critical thinking as evidenced by ethical and legal decision-making as a member of an interprofessional health care team
  • Demonstrate leadership to meet a health care organization’s or client’s needs

Accelerated Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) Degree Program

During senior year, health services majors have the unique opportunity to apply to the B.A. in Health Services to the Master of Public Health Program.  The accelerated Master’s program allows select students to complete their undergraduate health services degree while also beginning graduate coursework towards a Master’s degree in public health. Click here to learn more.

 

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Featured Courses

SNHP 220 Health Promotion, Policy and Politics SNHP 224 Health Care Systems and Global Health SNHP 342 Health Care Finance HPNU 200 Nutrition, Diet Therapy, and Health Promotion PEH 121 Nutrition & Wellness SNHP 228 Patient Advocacy


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Career Paths

Health Care Management
Health Project Management
Wellness Center Directorship
Health EducatioN
Patient Advocate
Patient Navigator

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Internships

Managed Care Organizations
Wellness Centers
Research Assistants at local hospitals
Health Educators
County Health Departments
Cardiac Rehab
Centers for Aging

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