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MBA in Healthcare Administration

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Healthcare administration professionals lead, manage and act as the central point within hospitals and large healthcare systems.  They are responsible for facility and operations management and work closely with other healthcare professionals to ensure best practices for patients.  Coursework for the healthcare in administration cover topics including economics, finances, ethics in healthcare, organizational development, leadership, and market research.

Who is this Concentration Designed For?

The Newman University School of Business MBA in Healthcare Administration is a great fit for those who are already practitioners in their fields and who would like to climb the ranks within their organization by studying the business operations within a healthcare setting.

Curriculum Requirements

MBA Concentration in Healthcare Administration - 12 credit hours

  • BSAD 6033 Organizational Change and Development - 3 credits
  • BSAD 6323 Healthcare Economics - 3 credits
  • BSAD 6433 Data Analytics and Visualization - 3 credits
  • BSAD 6933 Ethics in Healthcare - 3 credits

Looking for a Certification Instead of an MBA degree?

The Newman University School of Business also offers a Graduate Healthcare Administration Certificate. The certificate program is designed to be completed within one year and is for:

  • Individuals who have already completed a bachelor’s degree and wish to sharpen their skills  or for the MBA graduate. The certificate coursework can later be directly applied toward the MBA degree concentration.
  • Individuals who have already completed an MBA, or other graduate degree, can further develop their professional training by completing additional graduate certificates in any of the supplemental fields offered by the Newman School of Business.

View the Healthcare Management Certificate Program