Unf mha student Handbook


Graduate Academic Learning Compacts (GALCs)



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1.5 Graduate Academic Learning Compacts (GALCs)


UNF MHA Core GALCs

Graduates will be able to demonstrate:



Communications

  1. Listen and understand the ideas and thoughts of others. (B)

  2. Speak clearly and effectively before individuals and groups and use non-verbal forms of communication. (T)

  3. Communicate clearly and effectively in writing. (T)

  4. Demonstrate appropriate communication for different audiences and situations. (B)

Interpersonal Effectiveness

  1. Work collaboratively in a team setting. (B)

  2. Coach, mentor and support others. (B)

  3. Establish, build, and maintain relationships with others including those with diverse backgrounds and perspectives. (B)

  4. Use diplomacy and tact. (B)

Critical Thinking

  1. View issues from different perspectives and ask the right questions when making decisions. (B)

  2. Identify and prioritize organizational needs and solutions. (B&T)

  3. Use statistical and analytical tools to measure and improve organizational performance. (T)

  4. Appropriately challenge others viewpoints and perspectives. (B)

Business Analysis and Problem Solving

  1. Apply economic theory and advanced financial knowledge to decision making. (T)

  2. Demonstrate strategic thinking skills in planning and evaluation. (B)

  3. Recognize political and legal implications of actions and decisions. (B&T)

  4. Identify and prioritize organizational needs and market imperatives in

design and development of business plans for health Programs and services. (T)

  1. Demonstrate project management skills. (T)

Management and Leadership

  1. Demonstrate basic leadership skills. (B)

  2. Differentiate between management and leadership. (B&T)

  3. Know, support and use team development methods. (B)

  4. Demonstrate effective techniques for working with boards and governance structure. (B&T)

  5. Articulate a clear image of direction and success that is compelling and engaging. (B)

Professionalism and Ethics

  1. Articulate, model and reward professional values and ethics.(B)

  2. Understand, demonstrate and reward cultural sensitivity and competence. (B)

  3. Demonstrate integrity in dealing with others. (B)

  4. Establish and maintain professional relationships. (B)


1.6 Values Statement


The Health Administration program values a commitment to ethics, integrity, respect, collaboration among multi-disciplinary teams and management of change in support of innovation. The Health Administration program is committed to maintaining and enhancing professional standards and competencies across the health administration professionals

1.7 Commitment to Diversity


The MHA faculty are committed to achieving diversity and cultural competence within the Program. We support the University Mission, Vision, Goals, Strategies and Values. Additionally, we emphasize reflecting the value of diversity through the Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity’s mission and policies.

UNF Mission Statement


UNF fosters the intellectual and cultural growth and civic awareness of its students, preparing them to make significant contributions to their communities in the region and beyond. At UNF, students and faculty engage together and individually in the discovery and application of knowledge. UNF faculty and staff maintain an unreserved commitment to student success within a diverse, supportive campus culture.

UNF Vision Statement


UNF aspires to be a preeminent public institution of higher learning that will serve the North Florida region at a level of national quality. The institution of choice for a diverse and talented student body, UNF will provide distinctive programs in the arts and sciences and professional fields. UNF faculty will excel in teaching and scholarship, sharing with students their passion for discovery. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visitors will enjoy a campus noteworthy for its communal spirit, cultural richness, and environmental beauty.

University Values


  • The pursuit of truth and knowledge carried out in the spirit of intellectual and artistic freedom;

  • Ethical conduct;

  • Community engagement;

  • Diversity;

  • Responsibility to the natural environment; and

  • Mutual respect and civility.

Non-Discrimination, Equal Opportunity and Diversity Statement


UNF “is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all who interact in our community.  In building this environment, we strive to attract students, faculty and staff from a variety of cultures, backgrounds and life experiences. While embracing these concepts, including our obligations under federal, state and local law, UNF is equally committed to ensuring that educational and employment decisions, including but not limited to recruitment, admission, hiring, compensation and promotion, are based on the qualifications, skills and abilities of those desiring to work, study, and participate in our community. 

To accomplish this intent, UNF shall not commit or permit discrimination or harassment on the basis of genetic information, race, color, religion, age, sex, disability, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin or veteran status in any educational, employment, social or recreational program or activity it offers.  Similarly, UNF will not commit or permit retaliation against an individual who complains of discrimination or harassment or an individual who cooperates in an investigation of an alleged violation of University Regulation.  In exercising these standards, the University will not abridge either free speech or academic freedom based on its context.”  




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