The business of healthcare is as dynamic as it is complex and challenging—and full of opportunities to innovate and problem-solve.
In this fully online program, you’ll build the unique skills and real-world experience to lead in healthcare management. And you can do so in as little as 12 months.
What You'll Learn
Work with faculty who know business and the healthcare industry from the inside out. Along with a diverse healthcare curriculum, you’ll take core business classes and experience hands-on healthcare consulting. You’ll graduate ready to move into—or move up in—healthcare administration.
Complete a total of 30 credits, including seven core courses covering subjects ranging from healthcare economics to market-based management. Then, you’ll complete nine healthcare- and business-related electives that let you hone in on your concentration of choice before completing the capstone course.
GMAT or GRE exam required
months to complete the program
Applicants are required to have an undergraduate degree with a 3.0 GPA or higher, as well as a professional resume. A GMAT or GRE exam score is not required. And we prefer an undergraduate degree in a healthcare or life sciences field or three years of professional experience in the field.
For international students whose native language isn’t English, we require a TOEFL composite score of 7 (with no subject score lower than 6).
August 26, 2019: Fall Application Deadline
January 10, 2020: Spring Application Deadline
There are no events listed for this time span.
Return on Investment
Return on Investment
Situated within a well-ranked business school, the Eller MHM degree offers a solid foundation in the same core courses as our MBA program, plus faculty who know how to teach business management through the unique perspective and context of the healthcare industry. You’ll graduate with a clear understanding of today’s landscape and an eye for the future of healthcare.
$30,000: Resident or Non-resident
$1,000: Per credit hour
Tuition and fees subject to change. Cost does not include University fees, books or miscellaneous expenses.