Collin College to offer a new Bachelor’s degree in Clinical Operations Management in Fall 2023

As per the June 29, 2023 press release, Collin College will offer a new Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Clinical Operations Management in Fall 2023. This is the college’s fourth baccalaureate degree. The college’s Bachelor of Science (BSN) in nursing and Bachelor of Applied Technology (BAT) in Cybersecurity began in Spring 2020, and the BAS in Construction Management began in Fall 2022.


The college received final approval for the BAS in Clinical Operations Management from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) on June 26. The program is now accepting students for the Fall 2023 semester.

“The Bachelor of Applied Science in Clinical Operations Management will instill managerial competence in our students for rewarding, high-demand careers,” said Dr. Abe Johnson, senior vice president of campus operations. “All graduates of our Nursing and Health Science programs will now have the opportunity to be ready for upward mobility in their chosen fields. Medical and health services management is a rapidly growing field, and we are proud to be able to offer this program, and all of our bachelor’s degrees, at Collin College’s exceptional tuition.”

Taught at Collin College’s McKinney Campus, the program is designed for students with associate degrees in allied health/health sciences seeking higher level employment opportunities within healthcare organizations. The BAS in Clinical Operations Management will prepare students for advancement within healthcare organizations by offering leadership and managerial topics including business principles, talent management, project management, data analysis, and risk management. All courses are conducted online and may be taken on a part-time or full-time basis.

Admission to the BAS in Clinical Operations Management program requires admission to Collin College, completion of an Associate of Applied Sciences degree in an allied health/health sciences/emergency services field that prepares students for clinical care or the systematic review of clinical care, and completion of an application to the BAS in Clinical Operations Management.

“From anesthesia technicians to surgical technologists, this program provides individuals with associate degrees in a variety of allied health, allied sciences, and emergency services disciplines the opportunity to earn bachelor’s degrees,” said Dr. Mark Smith, McKinney Campus provost. “This degree is designed for busy professionals who can select from full-time or part-time online classes to best fit their schedules.”

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