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Lifespan Management Capstone

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This course is the capstone for the lifespan management content where students apply management, financial, and regulatory strategies to demonstrate industry aligned competencies. Students will explore personal and professional career goals within the lifespan management industry.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    Part 4: Capstone Project

    • Analyze financial strategies and reimbursement practices related to lifespan management.

    Part 5: Capstone Projectâ Putting It All Together

    • Apply management principles and strategies to organizations offering lifespan management services.
    • Analyze financial strategies and reimbursement practices related to lifespan management.
    • Analyze regulatory guidelines that have an impact on the lifespan management industry.

    Part 1: Capstone Project

    • Describe a scenario for your capstone project.

    Part 2: Capstone Project

    • Analyze management principles and strategies for lifespan management facilities and services.

    Part 3: Capstone Project

    • Analyze regulatory guidelines that impact the lifespan management industry.
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