Certificate in Long Term Care Administration
The graduate certificate in long term care administration is designed to offer the course work necessary to sit for the Texas licensing exam for nursing facility administrators. The School of Health Administrators also offers an optional field placement. Note: all questions regarding licensure and state exam requirements should be directed to the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS) at 512.438.2015.
Course Work Requirements
|LTCA 5322||Environmental Management in Long Term Care||3|
|LTCA 5323||Governance Management in Long Term Care||3|
|LTCA 5324||Personnel Management in Long Term Care||3|
|LTCA 5325||Resident Care Management in Long Term Care||3|
|LTCA 5335||Financial Management in Long Term Care||3|
In addition to the completion of certificate course work, a minimum of 1,000 internship hours are required to become a Texas licensed nursing facility administrator. Enrollment in LTCA 5681 may be required.
For information regarding admission application requirements and deadlines, please see The Graduate College website at http://www.gradcollege.txstate.edu/Prospect_Students/Pgms_Apps/TXST_Cert.html.