Master - Business Administration Dual Concentration: Healthcare Mgmt & Technology Mgmt

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Do you currently or aspire to work in the healthcare industry and are seeking to further develop your managerial and technical skills for possible career change or advancement purposes? If so, then you might benefit from the studies offered in Herzing University's Master of Business Administration with a dual concentration in Healthcare Management and Technology Management program. Read more about this master's degree program here.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Kind of Program Is It?

After entering Herzing University's Master of Business Administration with a dual concentration in Healthcare Management and Technology Management program, you will have the opportunity to study management and administrative processes in various areas of business, with an emphasis on information systems and healthcare organizations. You could choose to take this program entirely online or take some classes at select Herzing University campuses. Course topics likely to be addressed in the concentration areas include healthcare delivery systems, regulations and policy development, healthcare reform, medical software and databases, healthcare networking technologies, network security administration, business systems design and analysis, technological innovation strategies, and project management processes. Data security, IT project planning and implementation, and systems assessment are likely to be covered in one of the core courses. Other topics addressed in the core curriculum include leadership theories, decision-making processes, and management practices in marketing, accounting, finance, operations, and business planning. You could apply methods and techniques studied in the program in an actual or a simulated business setting as part of the final capstone project.

What Are the Prerequisites?

A bachelor's degree would be required before you enter the Master of Business Administration with a dual concentration in Healthcare Management and Technology Management program at Herzing University. In addition, it could be helpful to have basic knowledge of computer functions and to possess strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Though requirements may vary, you should have earned a high school diploma or equivalent.

What Are the Course Requirements?

You must earn 48 credits to complete the Master of Business Administration with a dual concentration in Healthcare Management and Technology Management program. A total of 30 credits are taken in the core curriculum and 18 credits must be completed in the areas of concentration.

Required Courses

Course CodeCourse Title
MBA 600 Leadership and Organizational Behavior
MBA 606 Research and Decision Making
MBA 615 Marketing
MBA 621 Financial and Managerial Accounting
MBA 626 Information Systems and Technology
MBA 631 Operations and Project Management
MBA 639 Managerial Economics
MBA 645 Finance
MBA 690 Strategic Planning
MBA 691 Graduate Capstone Project

Healthcare Management Concentration Courses

Course CodeCourse Title
Select three of the following courses:
HCA 610 Health Policy and Management
MBA 663 Health Insurance and Managed Care
MBA 664 Healthcare Administration
MBA 665 Healthcare Information Management

Technology Management Concentration Courses

Course CodeCourse Title
Select three of the following courses:
MBA 671 Project Management in Technology
MBA 672 Information Security and Privacy
MBA 673 Systems Analysis and Design
MBA 674 Technology and Innovation

What Could I Do After I Graduate?

Career Opportunities

Once you have completed Herzing University's Master of Business Administration degree with a dual concentration in Healthcare Management and Technology Management program, you might be prepared to explore executive or directorial opportunities in a variety of healthcare settings. You might seek work in clinical or non-clinical environments, such as hospitals, clinics, managed care companies, insurance companies, medical software manufacturing companies, or nonprofit health organizations. Positions you could pursue include:

  • Hospital Administrator
  • Clinical Informatics Analyst
  • Healthcare Business Systems Analyst