MBA for Professionals - Health Organization Management Concentration
Our program is designed for healthcare professionals who want to advance their career while maintaining full time work. Specialized electives and content will advance your knowledge on emerging trends in the healthcare industry, and help you manage healthcare organizations more effectively.
The two year, 42 hour program begins each August. During the fall and spring, you will attend a September block (Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday), and a February block (Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday). In the summer semesters, you will attend classes one weekend per month. (Saturday & Sunday).
The hybrid courses provide an opportunity to learn and network in a collaborative environment, and complete coursework online between class meeting times.
About the Program
What are the requirements to apply?
You must have a bachelor's degree and at least two year of professional, full-time work experience.
What type of work experience is required prior to applying?
You must have a minimum of two years, full-time, post baccalaureate experience. Occasionally, we have non-traditional students interested in applying who worked full time prior to returning to school to earn a bachelor's degree. These will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
Do you require the GMAT/GRE?
No, work experience is considered in lieu of the GMAT/GRE.
Do you have a minimum Undergraduate GPA requirement?
We do not have a minimum GPA, each application is reviewed holistically.
Are there scholarships available for this program?
Yes, we do have some competitive scholarships specific to the PMBA program. You will be considered for an award at the time of your admission. Other options for funding such as student loan, financial aid and so on are also available.
The total cost for the two year program is $54,500. This cost includes everything related to the program aside from travel and lodging.
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MBA for Professionals- Weekend
8:00 AM - Sun , January 24, 2021 11:00 AM
Where: Rawls College of Business