IU Online’s Graduate Certificate in Medical Management focuses on courses and content that are immediately applicable to a healthcare professional's day-to-day job. Professionals from all aspects of healthcare may be interested in this program—from nurses, to practice managers, to physical therapists and care coordinators, to hospital marketing professionals, healthcare administrators, pharmacists, medical sales associates, and more. This certificate program is not designed for physicians. This unique blend of frontline and administrative backgrounds creates an environment for productive classroom discussions with diverse perspectives on how to address the challenges of healthcare.
The program provides instruction in core business concepts through the lens of healthcare and medical management. It prepares students to take on advanced roles through leadership training and group professional development. It empowers them to manage and improve any healthcare environment long-term.
The program offers courses in leadership, financial performance, patient care, strategy, and ends with a real-world project working with major healthcare systems within the Midwest.
To earn a Graduate Certificate in Medical Management, you must complete 15 credit hours.
Requirements are broken down as follows:
- Core courses (15 credit hours)