Learn the science behind becoming a successful manager in healthcare administration. This online Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Administration degree program prepares you to address complex problems within healthcare administration and design solutions to promote healthy business operations within your organization.
As one of the first higher education institutions to offer online degree programs, we know the importance of offering some of the most flexible, supportive and affordable online programs around.
If you're looking to earn your MBA in Healthcare Administration on a schedule that works for you, consider choosing IWU. Our online program is an excellent option for busy working professionals and parents alike.
If you're more comfortable with traditional on-campus classes, we also offer this program at our locations in Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky.
Students in the Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Administration (MBA-HCA) program design solutions and strategies for complex business problems and opportunities within the healthcare industry, evaluate personal management capabilities and design a plan for economic growth, and integrate critical analysis with healthcare administration disciplines. Students will synthesize ethical standards in decision-making and strategy development, create appropriate communication strategies to achieve organizational goals, and integrate a biblical framework that guides interactions within the healthcare environment and workplace.
As a student in this graduate program, you will be able to:
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