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Master of Business Administration - Health Care Administration

Northcentral University

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Description

The online Master of Business Administration - Health Care Administration degree program from Northcentral University has been created for those individuals who are looking to develop their understanding of the function that business plays in field of health care.

As a student in this online MBA degree program from Northcentral University, individuals will gain the knowledge that is needed for advancing higher levels of leadership within the healthcare field.

Throughout this online MBA in Health Care Administration, students will study classic and contemporary theory in business administration as well as a blend of the key practical skills that are needed for all managers to succeed.

The Health Care Administration courses in this MBA program have been created to be a flexible guide to aid students in developing their understanding of a variety of topics, including:

  • Heath Care Financial Management
  • Health Care Legal and Ethical Issues
  • Health Care Policy Analysis and Development
  • Health Care Administration Principles and Practices
  • Total Quality Management in Health Care
  • Health Care Marketing
  • Managed Health Care Systems
  • Comparative Health Care Systems
  • Strategic Planning in Health Care

This online MBA in Health Care Administration degree program has been specifically created to expose students to the best practices in the business world, and how those practices can help them understand and work with growing concern over health care and the economical delivery of health care services as well as the increasing requirement to bring managerial expertise to the health care industry.

Graduates of this online MBA in Health Care Management MBA will have develop the knowledge needed to succeed in a variety of managerial positions in hospitals, in health maintenance organizations, in health insurance companies, and in governmental, public health, voluntary, and social service agencies. This specialization develops the essential managerial perspective and skills for this industry.

Bachelor's degree, or equivalent, from an accredited or approved institution. The equivalent to a Bachelor's degree is 120 semester credits of college level coursework, including a minimum of English composition I and II and a college-level math course.

Accreditation Information

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

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