Master of Business Administration – Health Care

The Master of Business Administration degree program prepares students to:

  • Distinguish the key features of each business function
  • Evaluate how changes to an organization’s knowledge systems can improve performance
  • Lead others in order to meet organizational goals
  • Assess the financial health of an organization using accounting methods
  • Create marketing strategies to meet customer needs
  • Provide information to enable an organization to maximize financial performance
  • Evaluate business situations from legal, ethical, and regulatory perspectives
  • Predict how changes in the international economic environment will affect an organization
  • Propose strategies to improve an organization’s competitive position

The Master of Business Administration is a professional degree recognized across all industries. Students first participate in an integrated curriculum examining the functional areas of business, then personalize management knowledge and skills by selecting a concentration.

The Health Care concentration provides additional coursework in health care management, health care finance, and the legal and ethical issues that are specific to health care, preparing graduates to take on management roles in a variety of health care settings.


Requirements – 36 credits
Code Course Title Credits
MBA500 MBA Foundations 3
MBA600 Decision Analysis 3
MBA605 Leadership and Organizational Behavior 3
MBA610 Managerial Accounting 3
MBA615 Marketing 3
MBA620 Managerial Finance 3
MBA625 Business Law and Ethics 3
MBA630 The Global Economy 3
MBA635 Strategic Management 3
MBA655 Health Care Management 3
MBA670 Health Care Finance 3
MBA675 Legal and Ethics Issues in Health Care 3

Note: Students who do not have a Bachelor’s in Business must demonstrate that they have completed two prerequisites (equivalent to College Algebra and Microeconomics) with a grade of C- or better. Students who have not provided a transcript proving completion of the prerequisites will be required to take them before starting their graduate-level coursework.