Hybrid Healthcare Administration  Courses

These 5-week courses are structured as 4 weeks online  and 1 week onsite at Saint Joseph’s College in Standish, Maine. Courses are scheduled to enable students to take two courses onsite per week. Courses run June 23 to July 28, 2019, with one week onsite as indicated in the schedule below.

Graduate Onsite: July 15-19, 2019

HA 575 Ethical and Legal Perspectives – Morning

Hybrid 5-Week Course  | Onsite July 15-19, 2019 8-11am | Instructor: Valerie Connor

Course Description: Considers ethical questions involving inpatient care and the management of health care services. A professional ethic is defined through an examination of the relationships between health care providers and patients and the norms appropriate to their respective conduct. Issues relating to clinical ethics, informed consent of the patient, use of life support systems, and care of the profoundly retarded, critically injured, premature infants, and the elderly are discussed from moral, legal, and religious perspectives. Special attention is given to the legal issues inherent in the provision of health care services. Means of anticipating, preventing, or responding to legal issues are considered and the appropriate role of the health care manager in legal matters is examined.

HA 700 Strategic Planning and Management – Afternoon

Hybrid 5-Week Course  | Onsite July 15-19, 2019 1-4pm | Instructor: Scott Campbell

Course Description: Progresses beyond the analysis of strategic planning processes. Explores how an organizations strategic plans can be implemented most effectively to promote success in an uncertain and often turbulent health care environment. Conceptual and descriptive approaches are utilized to provide an overview of current practices and notable advances in strategic management.

Undergraduate Onsite: July 15-19, 2019

HA 343 Healthcare Financial Management – Morning

Hybrid 5-Week Course  | Onsite July 15-19, 2019 8-11am | Instructor: Sheri Brinson

Course Description: Includes an overall explanation of financial accounting terminology and how it works, review of financial reports (i.e., income statements, balance sheets, budgets, subsidiary ledgers, and cost reports), and the managerial component that is necessary for everyday management in a healthcare setting. The course uses actual examples from hospitals, long-term care facilities and home health agencies, as well as case studies, to prepare students to read, analyze, understand and use financial statements and budgets. An ideal course for non-financial managers who need basic knowledge of financial management and healthcare finance, and also serves as an introductory course for those who will be more directly involved in the financial aspects of healthcare.

HA 302 Human Resource Management – Afternoon

Hybrid 5-Week Course  | Onsite July 15-19, 2019 1-4pm | Instructor: John Lemire

Course Description: This course focuses on strategic human resource management in today’s health care industry and encourages you to apply these concepts in your workplace. The basics of human resource management are covered with an emphasis on analysis and practical applications in your current organizational environment. The application of a strategic focus to the human resource management field allows you to anticipate and create opportunities for change. The key concepts underlying the components of human resource management are cost-measured.

Summer Session Housing

One week only: Either July 7 to July 13 or July 14 to July 20
Check in after 3pm on Sunday and check out before 10am on Saturday.

  • Double $550 (shared with another student and includes student’s meals)
  • Single Room $675 (no guest in room and includes student’s meals)
  • Family in same room $850 (guests shares room with student and includes student’s meals only)
  • Additional Room: $600 (room only)

Two weeks: July 7 to July 20
Check in after 3pm on Sunday and check out before 10am on Saturday.

  • Double $1200 (shared with another student and includes student’s meals)
  • Single $1425 (no guest in room and includes student’s meals)
  • Family in same room $1850 (guests shares room with student and includes student’s meals only)
  • Additional Room: $1300

Meal Plan: $250 (includes Lobster Bake and BBQ)

Guests a la carte:

  • Breakfast: $10
  • Lunch: $12
  • Dinner: $14
  • BBQ: $25
  • Lobster Bake: $35

Transportation: $25 each way (pick up at Portland International Airport, Train Station, or Bus Station)

  • Pick up Sundays: 1:30pm, 4:30pm, 7:30pm, & 10:30 pm
  • Drop off Fridays: Leaves SJC at 12:30pm & 4:30pm
  • Drop off Saturdays: Leaves SJC at 4:00am, 7:00am, & 10:00am

Summer Programs Information Form

Questions about Courses?

Contact Your Student Support Specialist

1-800-343-5498
onlinestudentsupport@sjcme.edu

Questions about Accommodations or Travel?

Contact Summer Programs Office

Stephanie Briggs 
Associate Director, Special Programming
207-893-7769
sbriggs@sjcme.edu