The health care industry is changing rapidly, and credentialed leaders are in high demand.

Waldorf’s Master of Business Administration degree in health care management prepares graduates to take on mid-level to executive-level leadership roles in health organizations of all sizes. Students learn emerging industry issues while mastering the ability to plan for and react to the constant changes of in the dynamic field of health care.

This Waldorf MBA with a specialized health care emphasis equips professionals with the advanced level of business knowledge needed to manage and operate a health care business, practice, or facility. Students will learn to evaluate the concepts of professional integrity in health care and will gain the skills needed to create and manage a professional and ethical health care environment.

This graduate-level degree is perfect for a clinical or administrative health care professional who is looking to advance in their career, change the future for their organization, and improve patient care for the industry as a whole.

This program is available online only.

Master's Degree Requirements

  • Completion of 36-credit hour curriculum
  • Minimum 3.00 cumulative GPA
  • Grade of B or higher in all required courses and professional electives
Prefix Number Course Credit Hours
ACC 5301 Accounting for Managerial Decision Making 3
HCM 6000 Health Care Strategic Planning and Marketing 3
HCM 6100 Health Field Human Resource Management 3
HCM 6200 Health Care Budgeting and Financing Management 3
MBA 5401 Management Information Systems 3
MBA 5652 Research Methods 3
MBA 6053 Economics for Managers 3
Total Major Requirement Credit Hours: 21
Health Care Management Concentration
Prefix Number Course Credit Hours
HCM 5000 Emerging Issues in Health Administration 3
HCM 5100 Building Professional Teams 3
HCM 5200 Self-Care for Health Care Professionals 3
HCM 6400 Health Care Professionalism 3
HCM 6900 Ethical Leadership in Health Care 3
Total Concentration Credit Hours: 15
Total Credit Hours: 36