Dec 04, 2021  
OHIO University Undergraduate Catalog 2007-08 
    
OHIO University Undergraduate Catalog 2007-08 [Archived Catalog]

Long-Term Health Care Administration Major (B.S.H.)


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Major code BS6836

Health administration offers two options: health services administration and long-term health care administration. The long-term health care administration option prepares you for a career in the management of nursing and other long-term care facilities. It qualifies you to take the licensure examination of the Ohio Department of Health Board of Examiners for Nursing Home Administration, as well as the National Licensure Examination.

Note: If you pursue a dual major in health services administration (HSA) and long-term health care administration (LTC), you will be required to register for and complete a separate internship for each major, HLTH 481 for HSA and HLTH 482 for LTC. You only need to register and complete HLTH 480B for your practicum requirement.

At the completion of either course of study and after official application for degree conferral, you will be awarded a Bachelor of Science in Health. Upon completion of the long-term health care administration option, you will also qualify for an Ohio University undergraduate Gerontology Certificate (see “Gerontology” at the beginning of the College of Health and Human Services section).

Select one course from the following:


Additional Requirements


Select an additional 8 hours from HCCF, PSY, SOC, or SW at the 300 level or above

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