MBA with Concentration in Healthcare Leadership

Dominican’s MBA with Concentration in Healthcare Leadership empowers students with transformative knowledge, market-driven skills, and experiential learning necessary to face these challenges and transform healthcare.

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About our MBA with concentration in Healthcare Leadership

Healthcare changes keep coming. The need for visionary leaders who can adapt to these changes in such a dynamic environment is greater than ever and leadership development has become integral to hospitals and healthcare systems. Our MBA with concentration in Healthcare Leadership is an innovative collaboration between Dominican’s Barowsky School of Business and the School of Health & Natural Sciences, bringing together curriculum in business and healthcare tailored for healthcare industry leadership skills.

Our university offers hands-on experience in functional areas of business including finance, marketing, and management, as well as courses in healthcare economics, politics, laws and regulations, healthcare analytics, and healthcare informatics. The program culminates with a global consulting practicum, featuring an international trip focused on project-based learning with healthcare clients. Crafted for working professionals, our evening and weekend courses feature a face-to-face format, small class size, high faculty interaction, and guided career mentoring.

The MBA with Concentration in Healthcare Leadership will prepare you to be a leader who works across organizational boundaries, creating and managing systems of care for the health of the populations you serve.

Visit the Barowsky School of Business website for more information.

 

Program Highlights

  • 40-unit program made up of 28-units of graduate business courses and 12 units of graduate healthcare courses
  • Students can complete the program in one or two years 
  • Global consulting practicum involves a 10-day international trip
  • Generous merit scholarships available

 

Program Objectives

Students who complete the program will be able to:

  • Lead in clinical, corporate, public, and not-for-profit sectors
  • Interpret and use data for sound managerial decision making in the healthcare industry
  • Formulate innovative strategies to promote outstanding healthcare business solutions
  • Improve the financial health of their organizations

 

Who Should Apply?

  • Healthcare professionals seeking to advance into leadership and management roles in the healthcare delivery, healthcare consulting, public health, health insurance, patient advocacy, and health care policy regulation industries.
  • Hospital administrators and managers
  • Physicians
  • Scientist/Biotech/Pharmacy professionals
  • Physician Assistants
  • Nurses (RNs)
  • Physical and Occupational Therapists
  • Lab Managers

 

Admission Requirements 

A complete admissions file must contain:

1. $50 application fee
2. Completed Application for Admission
3. Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent from a regionally accredited institution of higher education
4. Official transcript of coursework from each college or university attended (undergraduate and graduate). Transcripts must be sent directly in a sealed envelope from the college or university.
5. A grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or above in graded graduate course work. Or, one of the following:

  • GPA of 2.7 or above for the last 60 units of graded undergraduate course work.     
  • OR, a GPA of 2.3-2.69 for the last 60 units of graded undergraduate coursework AND one of the following:  
    • GMAT score of 560 or GRE score of 162 quantitative and 144 verbal reasoning
    • Minimum of 3 years of professional work experience
    • Completion of 12 credit hours, with a minimum grade of 3.0, in the following subjects from a regionally accredited college/university:
      • Statistics/Quantitative Methods
      • Microeconomics
      • Macroeconomics
      • Business Communications

6. Resume
7. Statement of purpose/intent: a 1 page essay describing professional and/or personal goals and reasons for obtaining the above graduate degree
8. Two letters of recommendation (academic or professional, on letterhead)
9. Completion of prerequisite course requirements with a minimum GPA of 3.0 at the undergraduate level:

    1. 3 units of Microeconomics
    2. 3 units of Macroeconomics
    3. 3 units of Statistics/Quantitative Methods.
    4. Students who do not meet these prerequisites are required to successfully complete BSB’s tutorials in Quantitative Methods and/or Economics during their first semester of study.

10Please note: International Candidates must meet additional admissions requirements, outlined here


Questions?

Contact Mike Lavigna at 415.485.3253 or gradmissions@dominican.edu

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