Master of Business Administration: Healthcare Management
The Master of Business Administration: Healthcare Management (MBA-HCM) program provides students with the advanced knowledge and skills for promotion to executive leadership positions in healthcare. Offered 100% online through the Robert L. Tillman School of Business, the HCM concentration provides students with highly desirable expertise in healthcare quality, patient safety, law and compliance, finance, policy and strategy. MBA-HCM students will acquire a mastery of healthcare quality to reduce errors, maximize efficiency, and improve patient outcomes. Further, by improving their vocation in finance and coding, MBA-HCM students will excel at developing policies and strategies to keep their organizations viable and profitable in the ever-changing healthcare landscape.
No GMAT or GRE are required.
Key Program Features
Demonstrate a core knowledge and comprehension of the current business environment
Apply business theories using technical skills of information systems and quantitative techniques of statistics
Exercise the administrative management skills to engage in problem identification and formulation
Demonstrate the ability to harness solution development techniques
Evaluate the solution effectiveness of the factors that affect business operations
Demonstrate a theoretical and practical understanding of team participation and leadership
Unlike programs that are focused only on healthcare administration, the University of Mount Olive’s MBA-HCM offers the flexibility of a multidisciplinary degree delivered by faculty who are seasoned educators and boast extensive experience in their respective industries. MBA-HCM students can take advantage of the many relationships UMO’s Tillman School of Business shares with healthcare providers, using those relationships to establish non-credit internships or to add industry professionals to their networks.
- Managerial and ethical decision making
- Managerial accounting
- Business law
- Healthcare system, financial, and policy
- Financial markets and corporate strategy
- Logistics and operations management
- Leadership and organizational behavior
- Business plan development and implementation