Master of Management
Health Care Administration Specialization
The Masters of Management specialization in Health Care Administration provides a foundation for managers in a wide variety of health care settings to address the challenges inherent in a complex health care delivery system. Both management theory and case-based application are core components of the curriculum.
Students will be prepared to apply best practices in management approaches to address budgetary constraints, increasing demand for the effective use of technology, staffing challenges, safety, and quality as they relate to managing within the complex health care delivery system.
At the completion of the Health Care Administration Specialization, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate effective communication with the public, patients, and a wide variety of health care providers and support staff. Facility in terminology unique to the health care industry will be achieved.
- Embrace the discipline of ethical analysis when approaching complex decisions while considering the legal and ethical impact of their actions and decisions.
- Present management plans that are relevant to specific accounting and financial constraints related to business performance.
- Demonstrate managerial skills related to integration of regulatory compliance, quality of care, reimbursement structures, and directing and supervising staff within complex health care delivery settings.