Long-Term Care Emphasis
The curriculum is designed to provide skills and competencies that enable graduates to function as supervisors and managers in health care settings. Emphasis is on individual and group behavior, interpersonal skills, decision-making, leadership theory and skills, the process of change, motivation, teamwork, and organization design and culture.
Why choose Long-Term Care at WSU?
More than 95% of long-term care students become licensed professionals and are placed in a career upon graduation.
Long-Term Care Administration degree is offered through the WSU distance learning program as well as on campus. The distance learning courses are delivered online and through independent study.