Starting Fall 2022, Medical Case Management will be named Health and Human Services Case Management. Davenport is also adding two specialties: Family/Life Skills Psychology and Medical Assisting.

Launch or advance your medical case management career

Bachelor of Science - Medical Case Management (120 credits)

Harness the power of technology and learn from Davenport faculty who have a wide range of case management experience. They’ll teach you how to assess, plan, implement, coordinate, monitor and evaluate the options available to meet client needs across the continuum of care.

The health care case management program path is especially ideal if you have an associate degree in allied health, nursing, social services or mental health. When you earn your medical case management degree, you’ll be well-positioned to go on to earn case management certification. 

Take online case management courses through Davenport’s Global Campus or in-seat courses on our campuses in Detroit, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo and Midland

Prepare for case management certification

Position yourself to become a medical case manager through the case management program at Davenport. Enjoy entering or advancing in a health care case management field that’s projected to grow 17% through 2029, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

After you earn your case management degree and complete employment requirements, you’ll be eligible to sit for the Commission for Case Manager Certification – Certified Case Manager (CCM) national exam. By earning this industry-recognized case management certification, you’ll let employers know you’re a medical case manager with the expertise, knowledge and professional experience needed to provide the right services for patients through all phases of care.

Explore classes for the medical case management degree

Prepare for in-demand health care case management careers through in-person or online case management courses like anatomy and physiology with human disease, pharmacology, disability case management and public health perspectives. Courses for the case management degree program focus on advocacy, communication, and resource management, and promote quality and cost-effective interventions and outcomes for patients. You’ll work on projects that incorporate real-world scenarios you might encounter as a medical case manager. 

NEW Fall 2022 specialties: 

  • Family/Life Skills Psychology (18 credits) - This specialty will include five additional courses: Stress Management for Life, Abnormal Psychology, Dimensions of Aging, Developmental Psychology, Psychology Special Topics, and Risk and Resilience in the Family. 
  • Medical Assisting (13 credits) - This specialty will include four additional courses: Clinical Patient Care, Clinical Laboratory Procedures, Medical Office Applications, and Medical Assisting Practicum. 

Which class should I take? When should I take it?

See our Recommended Program Sequences:

Medical Case Management Program Director

Meet Kimberly Corsi, the associate department chair and program director for the medical case management programs at Davenport University. 

Take your online case management courses 100% online
Sit for the CCM exam after 12 months of employment
See if you qualify for financial aid like 95% of our students do
Go on to earn $67,390 as a medical or health services manager (

Why a medical case management degree at Davenport?

Whether you want to launch or elevate your career in health care case management, the medical case management degree at Davenport will prepare you to succeed. This 120-credit case management degree offers the courses and practical experiences along with preparation for the case management certification exam that will position you well for this in-demand field. Become a medical case manager in a variety of settings, such as for insurance companies, third-party administrators, community-based health care organizations and physicians’ practices.

Experience the Davenport difference:

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Online and on-campus

Choose the option that best fits your schedule: online case management courses or classes on a Davenport campus.


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Learn to advocate

Learn to help others through a case management degree that promotes advocacy and cost-effective practices.


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Networking opportunities

Network with industry professionals through the Allied Health/Health Information Registered Student Organization.


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Financial aid and scholarships

Fund your medical case management degree with Davenport University scholarships, grants and other financial aid.


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Real-world practicums

Build your knowledge and skills through case management practicums and online case management courses. 


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Ethical preparation  

Demonstrate professional and ethical values and behaviors with a medical case management degree designed to get you hired. 


Get started on your medical case management degree

Explore the admissions requirements and take the next step toward your Davenport University case management degree.  

Talk to an admissions advisor

Get answers to questions about the medical case management degree. Please call us at 800.686.1600 or email us at

Apply now or request more information

Start on your path to earning your case management degree. Request more information or begin your application now.

Program impact

  • Employment rate: 95% (2019-2020)
  • Graduate satisfaction: 92% (2019-2020)
  • Student satisfaction: 5.7 (on a scale 1-7, 2019-2020)

About Davenport University 

Davenport Campus

Davenport is a private, not-for-profit university with more than 150 years of experience preparing students for successful careers.

Offering over 60 bachelor’s and master’s degree programs, we align with top employers to design degree programs that help you gain the skills and real-world experience you need to rise above the rest. With small class sizes and campuses across Michigan or online, you’ll earn a quality education on your schedule at Davenport University. 

Additional resources

Some programs require a student to complete a portion of their degree plan off-campus. 
View a full list of those programs and courses