Associate of Applied Science of Business Management in Healthcare Support Systems

The Associate of Applied Science of Business Management in Healthcare Support Systems program is a 10-term course specifically designed for Hospital Housekeeping Systems (HHS) employees to seek advancement in the support systems realm.

This program prepares the degree graduate for future professional opportunities presented in the HHS current workplace. Students will receive instruction to gain proficiencies in the principles, methods, and procedures of business and healthcare management.

The curriculum has been designed to provide a broad understanding of the fundamentals of management in healthcare hospitality and support system services.

Graduates of this program will exercise leadership skills that will make their current employer-employee relationship a pleasant, rewarding, and successful experience.

Next Class Start Date
November 6, 2023

DEADLINE to Enroll
October 16, 2023

School Program

  • Program Length: 1000 CH (Clock Hours)
  • Program Delivery: Full Distance
  • Total Lab Hours: 20 0 hours total
  • Lecture Hours: 800 hours Total
  • Program Hours: 1000 Hrs
  • Total Length of Time: 64 Wks
  • Total Credit Hours: 90 credits

Prerequisites: Must be verified as an HHS employee by institution and HHS Human Resources department

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Bachelor of Science in Radiology Management

14-Month Program

(54 Week)

The Radiology Management program is designed to help the Imaging professional prepare for the many types of leadership positions available in the Radiologic Sciences. The degree program will provide essential information relative to the most current trends and effective management practices in Radiology.

The program core content focuses on the Association for Medical Imaging Management’s (AHRA) professional development resources along with current medical procedures.

These procedures include courses that apply the electronic medical record conversion with PACS systems and Joint Commission practices.

Bachelors of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN Bridge)

12-Month Program

(48 Weeks)

This program is designed to prepare Registered Nurses with an Associate’s Degree in Nursing to advance in their nursing Career, and be proficient to participate at different levels of leadership within their nursing practice and as part of the Health Care Team.

This is known as a RN to BSN degree. The program emphasis includes Evidence Based Nursing, Critical Thinking, Leadership and Management, Gerontology, and Public Health/Preventive Nursing.

The program prepares the Nursing Professional to give a high-quality of care to patients, but also provide a high-quality customer service.

School Program

  • Transfer credits accepted
  • Bachelor’s degree in as little as 14 months
  • Direct Care Experiential Learning
  • Online Program to accommodate the working professional Nurse
  • *All that is required is a current RN license approved by your state


The Baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Southwest University is accredited by

the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791. 

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