The BYU Marriott School of Business offers an undergraduate minor in healthcare leadership to supplement undergraduate students’ disciplinary skills with the healthcare knowledge needed to enter this complex and essential industry.
The minor allows undergraduate students in any college across campus with a strong interest in healthcare to supplement their disciplinary skillsets with healthcare “seasoning”, benefiting from both the substance and signal of the minor.
The undergraduate minor is a 16 credit minor with three core classes (7 credits) and three electives (9 credits).
Core – 7 Credits (take all of the following)
- MSB 288 – Healthcare Industry Dynamics (3 credits)
- MSB 289R – Healthcare Leadership Lecture Series (1 credit)
- Acc 200 OR IS 201 (3 credits)
Electives – 9 credits (take at least 3 of the following)
- MSB 382 – Healthcare Management (3 credits)
- MSB 383 – Healthcare Law and Regulations (3 credits)
- MSB 385R – Healthcare Industry Research (3 credits)
- MSB 386 – Healthcare Finance (3 credits)
- HLTH 316 – Influencing Health through Health Systems and Policy (3 credits)
- HLTH 425 – Working with Vulnerable and Diverse Populations (3 credits)
Note: repeatable (R) classes can only count once toward minor requirements