Earn a MBA and Increase Your Career Options in Healthcare
Program Note: The MBA with an Emphasis in Healthcare is offered exclusively through Urbana University's partnership agreements with medical schools. Program applicants must meet the eligibility requirements specified as part of the partnership.
Healthcare and health services are experiencing unparalleled growth and change. As a result, the demand for well-rounded healthcare providers to oversee all aspects of healthcare facilities and the services they provide continues to increase.
Offered in partnership with medical schools, Urbana’s MBA with an Emphasis in Healthcare (MBA-Healthcare) integrates the functional areas of business with issues specific to healthcare administration. In this unique online program, you’ll build your knowledge of healthcare strategy and planning, operations, finance, accounting, economics, and global insurance models to position you for management and leadership in today’s dynamic healthcare environment.
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Urbana’s Healthcare Administration MBA is designed specifically for individuals working in the healthcare industry, including medical students. Equipped with the MBA-Healthcare, you will become more than a physician – you will obtain the skills of a business-savvy professional who understands the administrative aspects of a healthcare organization.
Our flexible and convenient MBA-Healthcare can be completed online in as little as two years depending on applicable transfer credit and the number of courses taken at one time. Urbana’s accessible healthcare faculty are committed to broadening and enriching your managerial perspective on the needs of today’s dynamic healthcare industry.
Professor Kelly Evans-Wilson is an enthusiastic, results-driven visionary committed to excellence in business practice in a variety of fields. Her diverse professional experiences in business, higher-education administration and public health have uniquely suited her to shape future business leaders at Urbana.