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Colorado Technical University Academic Certificates

Degrees & Certifications Certifications
Colorado Technical University (CTU)

BHMT Healthcare Administration Certificate

 

Our Healthcare Administration Certificate Program through Colorado Technical University (CTU) provides 5 ½ week courses offered 8 times a year through CTU’s award-winning Virtual Campus. They are fast-paced, web-based classes, and specifically designed to be flexible for the BHMT working professional.

 

This exciting program not only awards successful participants with a personalized BHMT Certificate of Completion, you’ll also earn valuable University Credits in the process: a total of 21-hours’ worth. Talk with your Regional Career Counselor about how you can maximize your long-term career plan by taking advantage of this condensed 5-course program and make earning a degree a real possibility.

 

UNIV 104: Academic and Career Success (Gateway Course)

This course teaches students an introduction to student success, technology, and career planning strategies. Students are taught effective tools and develop skills necessary for academic success; integrating them with career planning strategies to develop an individual Success Strategy Plan.

 

ENGL104: Introductory Written Communication

This course equips students with the writing skills necessary for success in academic, professional, and personal situations requiring formal and informal writing. The workshop style course focuses on building confidence in writing as students progress through the process of choosing essay topics, developing introduction paragraphs and thesis statements, creating effective body paragraphs and topic sentences, and drafting conclusion paragraphs. Students will also learn to identify their audience and purpose in writing. The required composition sequence advances essential practices and habits for all skilled writers and critical thinkers.

 

PSYC130: Group Dynamics

Students in this course will examine the inner workings of the group process. The course will examine topics such as development, identity, roles, conflict, power, leadership, performance, influence, and cohesion. This course is designed to provide students with a better understanding of group dynamics in a professional environment.

 

HSS121: Medical Terminology

This course is designed for students who need to know the language of health care. The purpose of the course is to help the student to succeed by familiarizing them with how medical words are formed and by providing a systematic learning structure. Students will need to learn various parts of a term including prefixes, roots, suffixes and combining forms as used in the study of the human body.

 

HSS110: Concepts in Healthcare Organizations

This course examines the principles of financial, practice management, and administrative medical office administration. This course introduces students to communication and interpersonal skills, patient reception, education, and processing, supervision and training of personnel, insurance verifications, equipment and supply inventory, and accounts payable and receivable.

 

Who Should Enroll?

Anyone wishing to complete an Academic Certificate Program.

 

 

How Do I Enroll?
  1. Meet with your BHMT Career Counselor to discuss your career plans.
  2. Meet with your assigned BHMT Academic Success Coach who will help you determine if the Commitment Grant is right for you.
  3. Begin collecting proof of all previously completed and applicable coursework and transcripts to send to CTU.
  4. CTU will contact you to finalize the enrollment process.
  5. For enrollment issues, contact your CTU Academic Advisors at BHMT@ColoradoTech.edu or 855-283-1590

 
TIP: You may apply for the BHMT Individual Stipend Program to use while obtaining your degree or academic certificate.
 
 

REGISTER

Requirements
ELIGIBILITY
PREREQUISTES
COMPUTER

  • You must be an active KP Union Coalition Employee.
  • You must have completed your probationary period.
  • You must be a regular, benefited full-time or part-time employee – typically working 20 hours or more per week.
  • Open to all regions.

  • None

  • Participants must have a reliable computer with a high-speed internet connection.
  • If you don’t have access to a reliable computer, we can lend you one! Learn more.
  • They also need a current version of a common browser (such as Internet Explorer, Chrome, or Firefox).

 

Academic Calendar

CTU Academic Calendar

QUARTER 4 – 2018

SESSION A

October 2 – November 8

Drop Date — October 10th

SESSION B

November 12 – December 20

Drop Date — November 19th

QUARTER 1 – 2019

SESSION A

January 1 – February 7

Drop Date — January 7th

SESSION B

February 12 – March 21

Drop Date — February 18th

QUARTER 2 – 2019

SESSION A

April 2 – May 9

Drop Date — April 8th

SESSION B

May 14 – June 20

Drop Date — May 20th

QUARTER 3 – 2019

SESSION A

July 2 – August 8

Drop Date — July 8th

SESSION B

August 13 – September 19

Drop Date — August 19th

 

 

 

 

Student Agreement

This program and participation is governed by the terms of the BHMT Student Agreement. Please take a few moments to familiarize yourself with the student agreement; by registering and participating in this program you are agreeing to comply with it.

 

 

Unsuccessful Course Completion and Dropped Class Policy

Ben U programs require your time and effort on a consistent basis as well as communicating with the course instructor, tutor, or BHMT Career Counselor if you are having difficulties or conflicts. Should you not complete your program successfully with a ‘C’ or better, pass, or drop the course by the institution’s 1st drop date, your participation in Trust programs may be suspended for a period of twelve months.