One of two Health Care Management programs offered at BCIT, Health Care Quality Management is the only academic advanced certificate program of its kind offered in BC. In keeping with our reputation for hands-on learning, our program gives you in-depth education from high calibre instructors who know the industry.
We educate you in leadership and quality management tools and principles that are specifically geared toward quality improvement, infection control, drug dose, and patient safety. Get advanced learning to excel in your current position, or gain skills to move into this highly important field.
Visit Program Details for more information on the Health Care Quality Management program.
This program is for healthcare professionals who:
Discover if BCIT’s Health Care Quality Management program is right for you – visit Program Entry for more details.
Every one of our grads is applying the skills from our program to their work environment. See Graduating and Jobs to learn about career opportunities.
Do you have credits from another BC/Yukon post-secondary school? Do you want to know if they transfer to courses here at BCIT? Check out BCIT's Transfer Equivalency Database to find out.
The program goals of the certificate are to:
On-line Program Delivery
The online program uses a variety of educational media to meet the needs of today's learner. Providing this type of flexible delivery enables you to interact with the instructor, course materials and other learners at a time that is convenient for you, your family and work schedules. It is designed to accommodate a geographically diverse student population and be national and international in scope.
You require a computer with access to the Internet. For more information, see distance and online learning FAQs.
Every one of our grads is working in this highly specialized field. Apply our training to improve the existing quality management in your workplace or get the skills to help you stand out to recruiters and employers.
Quality management leaders are working in hospitals, medical clinics, nursing homes, and other healthcare facilities to improve patient care and business operations.
Lead quality improvement initiatives. Build strong teams. Develop stronger healthcare organizations. The average annual salary ranges from $50,000 to $74,000 per year, with leadership positions such as:
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