MBA in Healthcare Administration

General

Program Description

The MBA with a concentration in Healthcare Administration is designed for upwardly mobile professionals who are pursuing careers concerned with the business aspects of Healthcare Administration. Concentrated courses for this degree include:

  • MBA 614 Administration of Healthcare Organizations
  • MBA 615 Healthcare Topics & Issues
  • MBA 619 Quality Improvement in Healthcare
  • MBA 620 Healthcare Law & Ethics

Program Admission Requirements

  • Online Application
  • 500 word (total) Essay Questions
  • Resume
  • Official Transcripts
  • 3 Letters of Recommendation
  • A bachelor's degree with a minimum 2.75 GPA

International Applicants

  • Must participate in Skype interview
  • Minimum TOEFL score of 70
  • Official Evaluated Transcripts sent through an evaluating service directly to the school - World Education Services (www.wes.org) and International Education Evaluations, Inc. (www.iee123.com) are accepted by the school.

There is no GRE or GMAT requirement. The Peregrine Entrance Exam must be taken during the student's first semester.

Please go to: https://www.lmunet.edu/academics/graduate-professional/masters-degree/master-of-business-administration/for more details.

In addition, Lincoln Memorial University has been ranked safest college campus. Please see the following-

https://www.knoxnews.com/story/news/2019/04/15/lincoln-memorial-university-america-safest-college-campus/3473192002/

Last updated April 2019

About the School

Our nation's beloved 16th president, Abraham Lincoln, was a native of neighboring Kentucky. But you might not know that he envisioned "a great university for the people of this area" here in the Cumbe ... Read More

Our nation's beloved 16th president, Abraham Lincoln, was a native of neighboring Kentucky. But you might not know that he envisioned "a great university for the people of this area" here in the Cumberland Gap. One hundred forty years later, Lincoln Memorial University is the heir of that vision, and we are very proud to wear his name and embrace his legacy. Read less