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Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Management

Curriculum on healthcare management including during pandemics.
Weekend Classes!
Accelerated degree program designed to fit your schedule
Full-time students complete the program in 16 months
Or study part-time at your own pace
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Program Length
Full Time Students Complete in 4 Trimesters
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Graduation Requirements
-Forty-five (45) credit hours
- Minimum GPA of 3.0 or higher
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MBAHM Program Objectives

To provide contemporary trends that impacts healthcare businesses around the world (pandemics such as COVID-19, SARS, or MERS) and to prepare graduates to develop strategies around the impacts of pandemics in healthcare facilities.
To equip graduates with the process improvement instruments to streamline healthcare businesses.
To introduce graduates evolving concepts in healthcare finance, and train graduates the abilities to organize and collaborate the emergency contingency and safety plan in finance businesses.
To prepare graduates to be able to execute and manage contingency and safety policies under pandemics or emergency and be socially responsible.
To prepare graduates to communicate skillfully, effectively, and professionally with healthcare industry, business leaders, employees, colleagues, and the public.
To produce the confidence in graduates to find employment in the area of healthcare management, including the capability to establish and manage a successful clinic.
To provide the means whereby graduates may lead more financially productive lives and have successful professional careers in the United States or global community.
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Admissions Requirements

Bachelor Degree

In any field
Have completed a 2-year (60 semester credits or 90 quarter credits) baccalaureate or graduate level, English-based education in an institution:
accredited by an agency recognized by:
U.S. Secretary of Education, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada (except Quebec), New Zealand, or Ireland.

In all cases, English must have been both the language of instruction and the language of the curriculum used.

Minimum 2.0 GPA

Minimum 2.0 GPA

(on a 4.0 scale)
Admissions Process
Domestic  |  International

International Students

In addition to a bachelor's degree, international students need to provide:

In addition to a bachelor's degree, international students need to provide:

English Language Proficiency

Meet one of the following:

- TOEFL iBT 61
- IELTS 6.0
- Have completed a 2-year (60 semester credits or 90 quarter credits) baccalaureate or graduate level, English-based education in an institution: accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education, or in the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada (except Quebec), New Zealand, or Ireland. In all cases, English must have been both the language of instruction and the language of the curriculum used.
- English is an official language in the student’s home country.

International students who don’t meet the English language proficiency requirements for MBA can still apply. They will enroll in full-time ESL courses until they meet the requirements.

MBA in Healthcare Management Jobs

Medical & Healthcare Services Manager

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, medical managers earn a median hourly wage of $47.75 or a median annual wage of $99,730. As one of the more popular types of jobs available with MBA in Healthcare Management, students can better prepare for working in this field with internships at graduate level. Managers often run and maintain a specific department in a hospital, but they may be responsible for all departments. They handle duties relating to budget, scheduling and keeping workers informed of any new changes.

Hospital/Clinic Administrator

A hospital administrator works in all types of medical facilities, including substance abuse centers, physical rehabilitation centers, hospitals and doctors’ offices. Administrators are the ones responsible for hiring new doctors, nurses and other types of workers. Other duties of an administrator include creating budgets, instituting new policies and following any state of federal laws. (Average Salary $86,801)

Medical Facility CFO

A Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of a medical facility is someone responsible for looking at the budget and operating costs to determine if the medical facility has a surplus of funds or if it needs to cut back on costs. They maintain the financial records and meet with managers, executives and any directors to update them on the financial details of the facility. (Average Salary $133,300)

Healthcare Consultant

Healthcare consultants are typically employed by large and/or private healthcare organizations. They handle a number of responsibilities for clients including conducting research to identify problems, researching possible solutions to the problem, observing and talking with employees and managers, writing reports, and conducting meetings with clients to share solutions. (Average Salary $77,361)