Long-term care post-baccalaureate certification
Advance your healthcare career with a Long-Term Care Post Baccalaureate Certificate from Davenport University. Designed for working professionals who already have their bachelor’s, this program will prepare you to pursue a career as a licensed nursing home administrator. You’ll finish the program with a deep understanding of the long-term healthcare industry, plus you’ll be prepared to sit for your licensing exam.
Earn your long-term care administration certificate online through our Global Campus, Michigan's first online learning community.
Why a long-term care certificate?
With a growing demand for licensed professionals in the long-term healthcare field, this program will put you on the path to an administrative and leadership role within the long-term sector. Your courses will prepare for the Nursing Home Administrator Licensure Exam and qualify you to work in long-term care.
Explore classes for Davenport’s Long-Term Care Post-Baccalaureate Certificate
Classes for this certificate incorporate hands-on projects to prepare students for a career in long-term care.
|HSAD415||Long-Term Care Administration||3|
|HSAD423||Legal & Finc Aspects of LTC||3|
|HSAD430||Services/Clinical Aspects LTC||3|
|PSYC270||Dimensions Of Aging||3|
Choose six credits from the following:
|HLTH230||Health Care Law and Ethics||3|
|HLTH250||Healthcare Reimbursement Mgmt||3|
|HLTH320||Public Health Perspectives||3|
|HLTH460||Health Promotion & Education||3|
Which class should I take? When should I take it?
See our Recommended Program Sequences:
Why study long-term care at Davenport University?
Davenport’s long-term care certificate program is aligned with the requirements from the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards and is offered entirely online for the utmost flexibility. Plus, our faculty are experts in healthcare and long-term care.
Experience the Davenport difference:
Jumpstart your career
Sit for professional certifications and build your portfolio while you earn your certificate.
Online classes mean convenience and flexibility for busy students.
Build career connections
Participate in campus organizations like the Allied Health Organization.
Personalized attention from professors
Smaller classroom sizes mean you get one-on-one attention from expert faculty.
- A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Health Services Administration or related Health or Business degree
- Minimum CGPA 2.7