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MBA: Healthcare Management Specialization

Program Overview

Improve healthcare delivery at the organizational level.

Successful delivery of patient care depends on the sustained operational excellence of the medical setting. With The University of Scranton’s AACSB-accredited MBA specialization in Healthcare Management, you’ll gain the skills to supervise healthcare facilities, plan and direct operations and manage healthcare teams.

Successful delivery of patient care depends on the sustained operational excellence of the medical setting. With The University of Scranton’s AACSB-accredited MBA specialization in Healthcare Management, you’ll gain the skills to supervise healthcare facilities, plan and direct operations and manage healthcare teams.

Quick Facts

2–3

years to complete

36

total credit hours

$965

per credit hour

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Navigate an Ever-Evolving Healthcare Industry

With your AACSB-accredited MBA from Scranton specializing in Healthcare Management, you’ll learn to apply advanced business skills within the healthcare setting.

You’ll master both the theory and the skills needed to maintain a sustainable, successful organization. Lead with an approach to decision-making that emphasizes ethics using the Triple Bottom Line theory — an emphasis on sustainable development as it relates to social, fiscal and environmental responsibility.

And with tuition rates much lower than similarly top-ranked competitors, we’re proud to provide you an exceptional value for your investment.

Career Outlook: The Business of Modern Healthcare

Demand for medical and health services managers is expected to grow by 18% between 2018 and 2028. These critical administrative positions currently earn a median salary of $99,730, with the top 10% of earners making more than $182,600 annually.1

An MBA with a Healthcare Management specialization could also serve you well in many corporate settings, including the medical device or pharmaceutical industries.

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Curriculum: Business Skills for Healthcare Leadership

You’ll gain the advanced business skills you need to navigate the financial, legal, and professional intricacies of the healthcare industry, so you can become an invaluable leader for your organization.

The Kania School of Management is among a small number of institutions accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International. This specialization is taken as part of the 36 total credits required for the MBA degree.

Curriculum

Program Outcomes: Tackle the Big Issues

The Healthcare Management specialization of Scranton’s MBA curriculum will prepare you to:

Available Specializations

We offer eight robust specializations and a customizable general MBA option, so you can gain exactly the skills you need to succeed in the area you’re passionate about.

MBA: Accounting

Develop accounting skills to solve complex business problems and maintain a financially healthy organization.

MBA: Business Analytics

Make sense of big data to help companies survive and thrive with theory and new hands-on skills in business strategy.

MBA: Enterprise Resource Planning

Learn real-world methodologies to lead in enterprise resource planning in a program that’s officially partnered with SAP.

MBA: Finance

Get the skills to conduct financial analyses, develop capital budgets and assess an organization’s overall financial health.

MBA: Human Resources Management

Acquire skills in strategic staffing, evaluating workplace operational goal setting and enterprise-level human resource management.

MBA: International Business

Navigate global business well-versed in global finance, international politics, cross-cultural differences and supply chain management.

MBA: Operations Management

Equip yourself to lead your organization with project management, quality control and financial management skills.

Admissions Requirements

To apply for Scranton’s Master of Business Administration program, you’ll need:

*May be required for some applicants. You will be informed of your individual requirement after a review of your completed application.

Find more details on the MBA Admissions Requirements page.

Admissions Info

Tuition Details

The MBA program at The University of Scranton consists of 36 credit hours and costs $965 per credit hour.

We strive to provide you with an affordable, high-quality education. That’s why we’re ranked a Best Value School, Regional Universities North, by U.S. News & World Report for 2020.2

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Faculty: The Kania School’s Team of Specialized Experts

As a student of the Kania School of Management, you’ll have access to industry experts, each with a focused background that aligns with our specialized curriculum.

No matter what you’re passionate about in business, you’ll connect with a network of mentors who share your enthusiasm and can teach you exactly what you need to know.

Kania School Faculty

Why Learn Online?

Earn a degree without interrupting your career. You’ll be part of an online learning community led by a diverse and expert faculty. Online programs reflect the same rigorous standards as our on-campus programs.

Scranton Online

Financial Aid

Financial aid options are available to help you pay for your education. A personal financial aid counselor will assist you in identifying and taking full advantage of all opportunities.

Financial Aid Details

Frequently Asked Questions

If you have a question we don’t cover here, request more information or call 866-373-9547.

Students can complete the MBA program in as few as two years or as many as six years. However, most students typically complete the program in two to three years.

With an MBA degree from The University of Scranton, you’ll be ready to take on new experiences and challenges in the business world.

Choose from eight different specialties to focus your studies on the career path that inspires you. Specializations include Accounting, Business Analytics, Enterprise Resource Planning, Finance, Healthcare Management, Human Resources Management, International Business, and Operations Management. You may also choose the General MBA option to build a MBA that fits your educational goals.

To learn more about the career opportunities available to you with an MBA degree, visit our career outlook page.

Yes. Applicants to the MBA program are required to have a minimum of three years of supervisory or professional work experience.

Students must also have a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university. While there is no requirement for undergraduate degrees to be business-focused, students lacking certain requisite background requirements may need to take up to 12 one-credit foundation module courses.

The University of Scranton’s MBA program costs $965 per credit hour, totaling $34,740–$46,320, depending on specialization.

For more information about tuition, additional costs, and financial aid options, please visit our tuition page.

Scranton’s online MBA program is a part-time program. Students generally complete one course per term over the program’s two-year duration. With an advisor’s approval, it is possible to take multiple courses per term.

The MBA program includes six core classes and a minimum six additional classes you can choose from to fit your educational goals. With an emphasis on flexibility, our program offers you the ability to explore one specialization in-depth, or combine courses from throughout our offering to meet your personalized goals — the choice is yours.

You can discover more about our full list of coursework requirements and each specialization on our curriculum page.

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Sources:

  1. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (2019 September 4). Medical and Health Services Managers. Occupational Outlook Handbook. Retrieved November 22, 2019, from https://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/medical-and-health-services-managers.htm.
  2. U.S. News & World Report (2019). The University of Scranton Rankings. Retrieved November 25, 2019, from https://www.usnews.com/best-colleges/university-of-scranton-3384/overall-rankings.