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Integrated Healthcare Management

Grow the skills you need to be a Leader in Healthcare

The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) Degree in Integrated Healthcare Management at Edmonds College provides advanced knowledge and skills for managerial positions in healthcare settings.  This degree is unique in its interdisciplinary model and focus on applied skills that prepare graduates to make lasting changes  in the healthcare field. 

Fall 2022 Cohort Application Now Open

Please visit the Application Process page for further details.

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What Does This Degree Look Like?

The Integrated Healthcare Management Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) prepares students to be effective leaders in today’s rapidly changing healthcare landscape. This program is designed for working professionals, and was developed in collaboration with healthcare employers in the community. 

Program Highlights
  • Cohort Model
  • Hybrid format, online and in person
  • Fall, Winter, and Spring Quarter classes

Additional General Education courses:

  • Vary in time and modes of instruction based on individual student schedules
  • Can be taken with IHCM courses, during Summer Quarters, and/or in a third year
For further details on the program:

IHCM-BAS Information Sheet

Degree Requirements (180 Credits)

Course Descriptions and Objectives

Program Requirement Sheet - Coming Soon

Career Opportunities
Career Opportunities

The Integrated Healthcare Management program provides the training and skills needed to advance your career and a path to graduate school. With a Bachelor of Applied Science degree, students will be eligible to work as a:

  • Clinic Supervisor or Manager
  • Health Services Director
  • Health Care Manager
  • Care Coordination/Navigation
  • Lead Clinical Lab Assistant
  • Instructors/Educator
  • And similar positions

Frequently Asked Questions

Financial Resources
Financial Resources

Apply for the Fall 2022 Cohort Now

Admission into the program is by IHCM-BAS application only  with a maximum enrollment of 30 students per cohort.

Cohorts start once a year in the Fall quarters. The application period runs from the Winter through Summer quarters.

Students will have first completed an Allied Health Associate in Applied Science - Transfer (AAS-T). Other eligible transfer degrees include:

Medical Labotatory Science
Medical Assisting
Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA)
and other degrees

Application Deadlines:

First Consideration: March 20, 2022

Application Deadline: June 12, 2022

Applications submitted after June 12 will be reviewed upon space availability.

IHCM-BAS Tuition and Fees

Students are encouraged to consult with the IHCM Program Manager for eligibility evaluation and further discussion on whether additional courses are needed prior to applying.


Funding sources:

Federal Financial Aid

Worker Retraining Program

VA Education Benefits