All students who declare Health Services Administration as their major are initially placed into a pre-HSA curriculum. This curriculum includes the following.
|ACC 201||Introduction to Financial Accounting**|
|BIO 171||Human Anatomy|
|BIO 301||Human Physiology|
|CSC 104 or CIS 212||Basic Computer Course|
|INF 314 or CIS 230||Database Design or Business Applications of Computers|
|CMS 100 or CMS 210||Basic Communications Course|
|MAT 105 or MAT 114||College Mathematics Course|
|STA 215 or STA 270||Statistics Course|
|HSA 100||Introduction to the Health Science Field|
|HSA 200||Medical Terminology|
Admission to the HSA Program
Admission to the last three semesters requires the following:
Cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher
Completion of each course in the Pre-HSA curriculum with a grade of C or better after a maximum of two attempts. Exception: The following courses are indicators of student success in the program. Therefore, no more than one of the following courses can be taken for a second attempt: BIO 171, BIO 301; MAT 105; STA 215; ACC 201; and INF 314
Combined GPA of 3.0 or higher in the following courses: HSA 100, 302, 303, 401; BIO 171, 301; STA 215
Completion of general education requirements (at least 75%)
Students who meet the minimum requirements will be accepted into the program within the enrollment limits determined by the faculty.
Note: The Program reserves the right to accept only the best qualified applicants who meet the minimum requirements.
First Semester (Courses open to any student with prerequisites)
HSA 303 (Medical Science)
Second Semester (Open to HSA majors and minors only)
HSA 306 (Medical Coding)
| Third Semester (Open to HSA majors and minors only)
HSA 375 (Health Services Administration)
Fourth Semester (Open to HSA majors and minors only)
HSA 372 (Healthcare Reimbursement)
**These courses are not required in the Ancillary Health Management option.
Minor in Health Services Administration
Students must complete: HSA 100, 200, 302, 303, 401, and 3 hours of approved HSA electives = 19 hours
Students may use any additional HSA course to satisfy the 3-hour elective. The only exceptions to this policy are the professional practice experience courses (HSA 411, 412S and 413). These courses are only taken by students majoring in Health Services Administration.
Note: Some HSA courses require additional prerequisite courses beyond HSA 100, 200, 302, 303, and 401. Students obtaining a minor in Health Services Administrion must satisfy all prerequisites associated with any given course prior to admission.
For a complete list of courses and prerequisites, see the Course Descriptions.