The Baltimore MBA – Powerful, Flexible and Designed by YOU.
The University of Baltimore MBA is designed with you (and your employer) in mind. You have the option to take classes in a traditional classroom, online or both—it's your choice. Whatever you decide, you'll learn alongside other students who are looking to grow professionally, just like you.
36-48 credit program including a Capstone and a choice of 11 areas of specialization.
Available fully online, in a traditional classroom, or as a mix of both.
Tuition is $840 per credit in-state, $1,172 out-of-state. Online MBA students and regional residents pay the in-state rate.
Our students tell us that we are exceeding their expectations in five key areas: personal development, advancing their knowledge/technical skills, seeing an increase in their salaries, a greater visibility at the organizations, and job placements.
(Source: 2016 internal survey of current MBA student)
AACSB International accreditation ensures that we are offering you a quality program that may help you today—but ultimately provide you with the knowledge and skills for tomorrow.
Health Care Management
Baltimore is one of the hotbeds in the U.S. for healthcare with large research and community hospitals, biotechnology firms, insurance providers, in the region. The specialization in Health Care Management professionals to advance their careers by strengthening their credentials as healthcare managers, administrators, and consultants. It provides a sound basis in the latest business practices and leadership skills.
This specialization utilizes the faculty expertise found at the University of Baltimore College of Public Affairs School of Health and Human Services.
Specialization Courses (9 Credits)
||The Health Services System
Prerequisites: Econ 505 and Econ 506
||The Legal Environment of Health Care Management
||Quantitative Tools for Health Systems Management
||Health Planning and Program Evaluation
||Health Insurance and Prepaid Health Care
||Health Care Systems, Organization, and Management
||Policy Issues in Health Care