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Enhance Patient Outcomes Through Healthcare Administration
Our online MBA with a Healthcare Administration concentration allows you to apply what you learn in the MBA core courses to the healthcare sector. In this master’s degree program, you’ll gain state-of-the-art skills in healthcare administration as you prepare for roles where you can make a difference in patients’ lives.
You’ll graduate from the online healthcare administration degree ready to investigate growth opportunities for healthcare providers and suppliers of medical supplies, devices and services.
Career Outlook: Coordinate and Implement Healthcare Services
Medical and health services management jobs are projected to grow 28% from 2021 to 2031, much faster than the average for all occupations.1 Your skills will qualify you for healthcare administration work in various settings, such as clinics, hospitals, outpatient treatment centers, physician’s offices and more.
Health Services Manager: Hospitals $112,870 per year1
Hospital Administrator $88,322 per year2
Curriculum: Hands-On Approach
The online MBA with a Healthcare Administration concentration will include the advanced knowledge, analytical processes and critical thinking you need to become a problem-solver in the healthcare community.
During our eight-week, 100% online course, you’ll focus on healthcare challenges on both the local and national levels. By working with real-world case studies, you’ll be able to identify social barriers and financial obstacles to the effective delivery of healthcare.
Course Spotlight: HCBA 5100
Covers the evolution of healthcare policy at the federal level during the 20th century and provides an informed perspective of healthcare delivery in the 21st century.View Curriculum
Course Spotlight: HCBA 6100
Leadership for Innovation in Healthcare
Effective leadership in healthcare requires a clear vision of future goals and motivating others to achieve those goals. This course will examine different leadership models and the influence of technology on leadership.
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The business department hosts speakers and alumni throughout the semester. You can also network within your classes with students from all around the country.
No. Our program does not require an entrance exam.
Yes. The program is ACBSP-accredited.