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About Our Full-time ProgramThe Master of Business Administration (MBA) program with a concentration in Executive Health Care Management is designed for …
- Mid-level managers and professionals in business and other organizations who aspire to greater leadership and management roles in the health care industry,
- Medical professionals who are looking to move to a management role and needing a strategic management skillset,
- Individuals with medical or leadership experience who seek to assist small health care service organizations with their business development and growth strategy.
Students learn to link theory with practice, and to understand the multi-disciplinary demands of a business environment that is increasingly global, technology-oriented, and diverse. The MBA in Executive Health Care Management provides graduates with the following cumulative knowledge, skills and capacities:
- Capacity to lead in organizational situations.
- Capacity to apply knowledge in new and unfamiliar circumstances through a conceptual understanding of relevant disciplines.
- Capacity to adapt and innovate to solve problems, to cope with unforeseen events, and to manage in unpredictable environments.
At the completion of the MBA program with a concentration in Executive Health Care Management, students are expected to apply their knowledge and understanding of strategy, economics, management science, finance, marketing, information technology and management to identify business problems and opportunities; to analyze and develop solutions; to implement tactical and strategic approaches to overcome problems and realize the opportunities, in the medical field.
Coordinator: Dr. Mary Rogers, Economics and Business Administration
Advisor: Dr. Patricia Thomas, Economics and Business Administration
Outreach Coordinator: Dr. Francis Kemegue, Economics and Business Administration