Brazosport College recently added a Bachelor of Applied Technology in Health Services Management baccalaureate program, which will be instructed by Dr. Alaisen Reed.
With an emphasis of providing more close-to-home career options for students, Brazosport College recently added a second baccalaureate degree.
Expanding on its successful Bachelor of Applied Technology program, Brazosport College has added a Health Services Management degree, which prepares graduates for entry to mid-level management positions in a health care or medical facility.
This degree is a perfect opportunity for employees with not only work experience in a health care setting, but who also have strong business and management skills.
Even better, as one of only three schools on the Texas Gulf Coast offering this degree, Brazosport College is an affordable option and is located within the greater Houston area. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average median wage for Health Services Management professionals in Texas is $43.30 an hour.
“A bachelor degree in Health Services Management from Brazosport College effectively links clinical date and information technology to create successful middle-management employment outcomes,” said Dr. Alaisen Reed, faculty, Brazosport College Health Services Management baccalaureate program.
Successful graduates of this program will have expertise in a variety of health care service fields, including information systems, health care finance and reimbursement, risk management, legal issues and medical staff information.
To learn more about the Bachelor of Applied Technology Health Services Management degree program at Brazosport College call 979.230.3358 or e-mail email@example.com. For information about other Bachelor of Applied Technology specialties available at Brazosport College, visit www.brazosport.edu/bat.
Billy Loveless 07/15/2014