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Regional College

The Associate of Technical Study in Allied Health Management Technology is a completer program for students who have completed a state-certified allied health program and hold an accredited certificate. This flexible program enables students with an allied health certificate and health care experience to develop the skills necessary for upward mobility. Graduates are prepared to work in variety of health care settings as administrative and supervisory personnel.

Career Opportunities

Medical and health services managers held about 262,000 jobs in 2006. About 37 percent worked in hospitals, and another 22 percent worked in offices of physicians or in nursing and residential care facilities. Most of the remainder worked in home health care services, Federal Government health care facilities, outpatient care centers, insurance carriers, and community care facilities for the elderly.
(Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics)

Admission Requirements

All seven of Kent State’s regional campuses are accessible to students who hold a high school diploma or GED. Admission decisions are based on cumulative grade point average, ACT and/or SAT scores, strength of high school college preparatory curriculum and grade trends. Check with the Regional Campus Admissions Offices to determine application requirements, as they may differ among campuses.

For more information about admission criteria for transfer, transitioning and former students, please visit the admissions website.

Graduation Requirements

Minimum 66 credit hours. Minimum 2.000 overall and major GPA.

Program Learning Outcomes

Graduates of this program will be able to:

  1. Develop a meaningful business vocabulary and understand the nature of a contemporary business. Demonstrate the ability to do business research.
  2. Understand traditional managerial functions and distinguish between ethical and unethical practices.
  3. Describe minimum legal requirements and current best practices with regard to human resource management.
  4. Apply generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) to analyze and record business transactions, and prepare financial statements of a company.
  5. Calculate and interpret key financial ratios; prepare various management reports including budgets and break-even analysis; demonstrate an understanding of the concept of time value of money as it relates to capital budgeting decisions.