Master of Business Administration/Health Care Administration, Master of Business Administration
The mission of the MBA program is to offer high-quality graduate education for students having varied educational and professional backgrounds. We were named one of the best MBA programs in the country by the Princeton Review, which noted how flexible the program is for students who work full time.
The program develops skills and knowledge necessary to progress in current positions, qualify for career changes, and progress in managerial and leadership positions in business and society. Our curriculum integrates total quality management concepts, ethical considerations, international dimensions, and technological applications as well as involvement with the business community, making us one of the best MBA programs in the Southeast.
The MBA with a concentration in Health Care Administration (HCA) is designed for the professional in or seeking to get into health care administration. The program consists of 33 hours with 15 hours of business core and 18 hours of HCA courses. Two internships served within a health care organization are required and prepare students for industry. Fifteen hours of foundation courses may be expected depending upon the undergraduate business courses previously completed.
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# of Credits Required:
33 semester hours, plus up to 15 hours of foundation courses depending upon the undergraduate business courses previously completed. There is no thesis required.