CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (AP) – Southeast Missouri State University is adding a new program in healthcare facilities operations that it says would be just the third one of its kind nationwide.

Participants pursuing the certificate will study compliance, management and technology issues.

Southeast Provost Ron Rosati says Brigham Young University and Purdue University are the only two schools currently offering programs to prepare facility managers for the healthcare industry. Rosati says the demand could not be met by these two programs alone.

Southeast worked closely with the Missouri Society for Healthcare Engineering and the two local hospitals to develop a certificate to address the need. Several health organizations also provided letters of support.

The Cape Girardeau’s Board of Regents approved the certificate program Friday along with new minors in agriculture/horticulture entrepreneurship and autism studies.

Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press

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