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Course Rotation

LSUS MHA Schedule of Courses* Effective Spring 2019 and beyond

A table of absences and scores.
Fall 1CFall 1DSpring 1CSpring 1DSummer 1CSummer 1D
HCAD 710 HCAD 701 HCAD 710 HCAD 701 HCAD 710 HCAD 701
HCAD 731 HCAD 730 HCAD 731 HCAD 730 HCAD 731 HCAD 730
HCAD 760 HCAD 740 HCAD 760 HCAD 740 HCAD 760 HCAD 740
HCAD 770 HCAD 750 HCAD 770 HCAD 750 HCAD 770 HCAD 750
HCAD 780 HCAD 790 HCAD 780 HCAD 790 HCAD 780 HCAD 790

*Schedule may change to reflect university curriculum updates

HCAD 701 Healthcare Organizational Behavior
HCAD 710 Healthcare Human Resource Management
HCAD 730 Healthcare Systems
HCAD 731 Healthcare Law and Ethics
HCAD 740 Healthcare Marketing
HCAD 750 Healthcare Informatics
HCAD 760 Healthcare Finance
HCAD 770 Healthcare Economics
HCAD 780 Healthcare Policy
HCAD 790 Healthcare Strategic Management

MHA Foundation Courses:

The MHA Foundational courses are optional.  MHA students may choose to enroll in one or more of these courses based on their educational backgrounds and/or work experience.  Students who do NOT have a background in Accounting, Economics, Finance, or Informatics, are highly encouraged to enroll in these courses.  The optional foundation courses may be taken prior to or concurrently with MHA courses.  Students may not enroll in the optional foundation courses until they are fully admitted to LSUS and the MHA Program. The four optional foundation courses do not count towards the ten required courses in the MHA degree program.

  • Economics 500 (Offered 1C)
  • ISDS 500 (Offered 1C)
  • Accounting 500 (Offered 1D)
  • Finance 500 (Offered 1D)

As stated above, the new MHA foundation courses are optional and will be graded on a pass/fail basis. You are encouraged to enroll in one or more of the foundation courses if you have not taken undergraduate courses in Accounting, Finance, Economics, and/or Statistics. Enrollment in MHA Foundation courses is determined by the student and should be based on the student's undergraduate degree, job experience, and related skill set.

Foundation Course Considerations

  • Students with the following backgrounds may not need to take the optional foundation courses:
  • An undergraduate degree in business
  • Undergraduate coursework in Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, and Finance for Finance 500 and Accounting 500.
  • Undergraduate coursework in Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, and Statistics for Economics 500 and ISDS 500

If you have questions or need additional assistance, you may contact the MHA Program Coordinator/Advisor, Daria Koksal, at:

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