MBA in Health Services
Overview of Field
The MBA of Health Services provides training in how to manage the delivery of innovative solutions in the healthcare sector. Students with an interest in technology and finance will find that it is a great opportunity to develop business plans that may increase the efficiency of this critical sector of the economy.
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Structure and Duration of the Degree Program
The MBA of Health Services
starts by getting students to complete core courses in several key areas like marketing, finance and operations. This exposes students to the core areas that all MBA students are expected to understand. In the second year, students specialize in coursework related to developing and delivering healthcare. An internship and related final project are standard parts of the program.
Highlights of the coursework
The MBA of Health Services requires students to complete coursework relevant to healthcare, insurance and health technology. Some of the most critical classes are focused on tackling a specific business problem by developing a product or service through teamwork.
Admission criteria and graduation requirements
Those who have completed an undergraduate degree may apply. Students who have demonstrated interest in the field of health services of healthcare have an edge in the admissions process. Graduation requires completion of all coursework, the internship and final project.
Career prospects and average salary
Those who have completed the MBA of Health Services will find strong career opportunities in medicine, insurance and health technology. Starting salaries tend to be well over $70,000 a year.