Dual Degrees in Healthcare Administration

Compare 3 Dual Degrees in Healthcare Administration

Healthcare Administration

Healthcare administration covers a broad area. Students may be presented with opportunities to make a significant contribution to community health. Administrators work in numerous types of healthcare facilities at various levels with the organization. They may supervise staff, solve problems and make business decisions.

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Master of Health Administration

J. Mack Robinson College of Business - Georgia State University
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 3 years September 2019 USA Atlanta + 1 more

The MBA/MHA will give you the basic theoretical knowledge needed to develop as a manager in a variety of healthcare and business organizations. [+]

Master of Health Administration

The MBA/MHA will give you the basic theoretical knowledge needed to develop as a manager in a variety of healthcare and business organizations.

Tuition and fees are $36,000 for Georgia residents and $88,800 for non-Georgia residents (Tuition and fees are estimates and subject to change).

Courses are each offered one afternoon/evening per week, with two courses back-to-back in a cohort style. Depending on whether a full-time or part-time workload is chosen, students typically take 1.5-3 years to graduate. Part-time students typically are on-campus one evening to take two Health Administration courses back-to-back, while full-time students take additional MBA courses on other evenings or on Saturdays. Admission to the MBA/MHA is highly competitive. We seek motivated candidates with a demonstrated track record of academic achievement. Applicants must hold a four-year undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university.... [-]


Master of Science in Nursing - Master of Business Administration

Godbold Graduate School of Business
Campus Full time September 2019 USA Boiling Springs

The MSN/MBA dual degree program is a 63-semester-hour program. This interdisciplinary program combines nursing leadership with a working knowledge of business and managerial skills. [+]

Master of Science in Nursing - Master of Business Administration

The MSN/MBA dual degree program is a 63-semester-hour program. This interdisciplinary program combines nursing leadership with a working knowledge of business and managerial skills.

Academic Curriculum for the MSN/MBA

Dual degree students must apply to the Graduate School as well as to the Graduate School of Business, following the admission requirements of the respective programs, and be accepted to each in order to pursue both degrees. Also, when academic policies and standards differ between the two schools, the policies and standards of the appropriate school apply to the respective portion of the dual degree. Candidates for the dual degree must complete the requirements for both degrees prior to graduation.... [-]


Executive MBA/MS in Healthcare Leadership

Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, Cornell University
Campus Full time 2 years July 2019 USA Ithaca

Preparing healthcare professionals to facilitate change and drive innovation—from inside organizations and throughout the industry at large. [+]

Preparing healthcare professionals to facilitate change and drive innovation—from inside organizations and throughout the industry at large.

The Executive MBA/MS in Healthcare Leadership is a dual-degree program in New York City. This two-year executive program will advance your career and strengthen your ability to drive meaningful change in healthcare.

What makes the Executive MBA/MS in Healthcare Leadership program different?

It’s the only program of its kind in the Ivy League. You’ll graduate with two prestigious degrees from Cornell University: an MBA and an MS in healthcare leadership.

Two powerhouses in graduate education—the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management and the Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences—have partnered to create a dual-degree program that focuses on building general management skills and developing a deeper understanding of the healthcare industry.... [-]