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Business Administration - Healthcare Administration (Master of Business Administration)

To succeed in today’s healthcare industry, you will need to have a range of skills in business and management – skills that our Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program in Healthcare Administration can give you.

Along with critical leadership and decision-making skills, the Healthcare Administration master’s program is designed to give you a working knowledge of the ways in which public, private, and social forces influence the politics of health care, shape the industry, and impact providers.

Our two-year Healthcare Administration master’s degree program curriculum is intended to provide you with an advanced understanding of: contemporary business practices; modern healthcare systems and organization; policy development and planning techniques; management and leadership strategies; and health behaviors.

If you are interested in the business side of the healthcare industry, look into South University’s Healthcare Administration master’s program.

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