MBA Health Care Management/Administration Concentration
Today’s healthcare administrators are integral to the successful management of medical organizations, including hospitals, nursing homes, hospice facilities, insurance companies, provider networks and government policy organizations. They are expected to examine business from multiple perspectives, drawn from a cross-section of multidisciplinary expertise. An MBA in Health Care Management graduate program focuses on the application of essential business disciplines to managerial issues in health care.
Students must take three (3) courses, totaling 9 credit hours in the area of their concentration while in residence at Westcliff University.
BUS 660 Health Care Systems – 3 credit hours
BUS 661 International Health Policy and Management – 3 credit hours
BUS 662 Health Care Strategic Management – 3 credit hours
Specific issues covered in this Concentration include cultural, economic and legal issues, as well as exporting, franchising, licensing, foreign direct investment, and outsourcing.