The Master of Health and Human Services and Certificate in Health Care Management programs accommodate students from health and human service professions who require the skills and abilities for supervisory/managerial positions or who desire competence in health promotion. After completion of an academic core of course work, students may concentrate in either health promotion or administration for health and human service professions.
In addition to the minimum School of Graduate Studies admission requirement, applicants must complete undergraduate courses in methodology, statistics, Accounting 2602, and Management 3725 or their equivalent (LCCC’s ACTG 151 & BADM 251). Prerequisite graduate classes MGMT 6900 and ACCT 6900 can be used in place of the accounting and management undergraduate courses. Deficiencies in any of these courses must be eliminated before completion of the second semester of graduate work. Along with the YSU Graduate Application, students must submit three letters of reference: one from a faculty member, one from an employer, and one from another source, or two from faculty members and one from another source. Regular admission requires an unrecalculated cumulative undergraduate grade-point average of at least 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) and submission of satisfactory GRE (general test) score only by request of Academic Advisory Committee. Students seeking provisional admission must follow the requirements listed in the Graduate Bulletin under “Provisional Admissions.”
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