The Baruch/Mt.Sinai Graduate MBA Program in Health Care Administration is dedicated to the graduate business education of practicing professionals in the health care industry. The Program seeks to advance student knowledge in essential business disciplines and to instruct students in the application of this knowledge to managerial issues in health care. Graduates will exhibit the flexibility required to cope with the rapidly changing health care environment and be able to function effectively in a wide range of settings and organizational forms. It is expected that Program graduates will attain senior positions within the field and will work in a wide range of health care organizations that reflect the diversity of the field and the diversity of populations to be served.
Baruch College and The Mount Sinai School of Medicine have educated health care managers since 1969. Each school brings its unique strengths to the partnership. Baruch faculty provide rigorous instruction in the business disciplines. Mt. Sinai faculty demonstrate how management science can improve the delivery of state-of-the-art health care. Together they have provided students with a first rate MBA in health care administration for over 30 years.
Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education
International Student Requirements:
Photocopy of university diploma(s)
Special evaluation of educational credentials when required or requested
Official iBT TOEFL, TOEFL / TWE Test or Pearson Test of English (PTE)
"Request for Certificate of Eligibility Form" required if you are applying for a student visa
Supporting Financial Documentation required if you are applying for a student visa
Copy of Passport Identification Page
Facts & Figures
# of Credits Required:
Average Cost per Credit (Graduate):
varies by year and residency USD