Master of Business Administration with a Concentration in Health Care Administration

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The Health Care Administration Specialty prepares healthcare leaders who create and apply evidence-based knowledge to enhance the health care of individuals and communities.

Student Learning Outcomes of Program

  • Students are able to describe the nature of health care services, social, political, economic, technological, legal, ethical, professional and historic factors that influence the present and future direction of health care.
  • Students are able to describe the nature and function of health care organizations.
  • Students are able to describe the distribution and determinants of health and disease including the influences of individual behavior, the environment, and health care technology in the prevention and progression of disease as well as the restoration of health.
  • Students are able to describe managerial knowledge and skills of health care organization change, design, performance, strategic planning, marketing, problem solving, decision-making and leadership.
  • Students are able to apply basic quantitative abilities in health care financial management, computer literacy, operations analysis, management information systems, statistics, and research methods.
  • Students are able to demonstrate the ability to integrate theory with practices of health care administration in the practice setting through a faculty-supervised practicum.

*If the applicant’s degree is not in the area of business, the student must have successfully completed BUSM 501 Foundations of Graduate Business within the first term of enrollment in the MBA program.

 

Courses

General Education Hours - 0

Elective Hours - 0

Total Hours to Complete - 33

Last updated: 04/20/2020