Imperial Business College’s Bachelor in Health Care Management (BHCM) is an undergraduate program perfect for students with a knack for business and an interest in health services as well. It is a four-year program of Pokhara University, spread over eight semesters. Students need to complete 133 credit hours, including project works, internship, and assignments to be qualified for graduation. Each semester consists of 5 to 6 subjects, and students have to complete their internships during the third, fifth, and eighth semesters.
As the ageing population continues to grow consistently, healthcare is on the rise. There is a significant demand for up-and-coming healthcare leaders who can optimize patient care and medical practices. Whether you want to lead hospital management, foster healthcare programs or become a clinical nurse leader, a BHCM degree empowers you with necessary technical skills and healthcare knowledge to undertake any of these options.
At Imperial, we are committed to providing support and tools to make our students capable enough to drive new regulations and ongoing changes in the way healthcare are delivered. We also take pride in being one of the very few institutions in Nepal that have taken the responsibility for producing skilled manpower for the healthcare management industry.
The curriculum has been designed intricately to educate students in various areas of operations management in the context of healthcare. The coursework effectively familiarizes students on subjects like health care delivery system, healthcare financing, ethics and quality management. At Imperial, we also highly focus on combining traditional coursework with real-world experiences so that students can have hands-on opportunities to apply key competencies in the workplace.
We request you to visit our college or write to us to know more about the BHCM program.