HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT MBA
Baldwin Wallace’s Carmel Boyer School of Business Healthcare Management MBA is designed for working professionals seeking a graduate program that works around their busy schedules. The Healthcare Management MBA specialization combines three of our most powerful healthcare courses with a sequence of core MBA classes designed to enhance your leadership capabilities and business knowledge. Baldwin Wallace’s exceptional faculty and rigorous curriculum prepare students to tackle complex business problems in the healthcare industry and beyond.
Students can choose a start term (fall, spring or summer), the pace of the program and three options for attending classes (in-person, in real-time online, or by watching the recorded session). Students can utilize all three options throughout the program based upon the most convenient option for their schedule.
Classes meet once a week, and each course runs for eight weeks. Students typically take two classes per semester and finish in two years but can work at their own pace to finish sooner or later.
The Healthcare Management MBA combines three of our most powerful healthcare courses with a sequence of core MBA classes designed to enhance your leadership capabilities and business knowledge. This diverse mix of coursework makes the program an excellent option for anyone interested in a career change or who wants to build upon current skills and experience.Course Descriptions
Renowned Faculty, Rigorous Curriculum & A Strong Reputation
Baldwin Wallace’s renowned faculty and rigorous curriculum prepare students for the health ecosystem’s challenges and opportunities. Students experience a stimulating and supportive environment that enhances their overall intellectual growth.
There is no application fee.
Admission to the Healthcare Management MBA program is on a rolling basis, and the admission committee reviews application materials upon submission. Students can choose from five start dates throughout the year.
The central concern of the admission committee is selecting candidates who will be successful in the program. A minimum cumulative grade point average in undergraduate work of 3.0 out of a possible 4.0 is one of several criteria on which the committee will base its decision.
The GMAT and GRE are waived for applicants with a cumulative undergraduate grade point average of 3.0 or better. However, an advising session with an MBA director is required for all such applicants.
A minimum of two years of relevant work experience in a professional or entry-level managerial position.
International students applying to the Baldwin Wallace MBA program must meet the following minimum requirements: GMAT of 500 and TOEFL (IBT 79, CBT 213, PBT 550) or IELTS (composite 6.5). In addition, they must also submit official transcripts, a current resume, two letters of recommendation, and a financial statement. The score levels mentioned are recommended but not required. Students whose English language skills need development may be conditionally admitted and placed in BW’s ESL program provided by the LADO international institute.
In addition, they must also submit official transcripts, a current resume, two letters of recommendation and a financial statement. Candidates with degrees earned from foreign institutions must have their academic transcripts translated and verified by World Education Services (WES) as part of the application process.
Possibly. Candidates may work with the program director to determine the availability of completing credit requirements in a more streamlined approach.
Candidates who have already completed graduate coursework may work with the program director to determine eligibility. Up to six credits of graduate coursework may transfer depending on course content.
Yes, students can choose how to participate weekly with three options for attending classes: traditional in-person, in real-time online or by watching the recorded session. All three of these options can be intermixed throughout the program based on the most convenient option for your schedule. Although for the full BW experience, we recommend students attend either in-person or live online.
At BW, in-person classes are streamed live and recorded for students who wish to attend online. Meaning that live online students can interact with the in-person classroom in real-time.
Prerequisite classes emphasize the basic knowledge required to succeed in an MBA program. MBA applicants must demonstrate foundational knowledge in financial accounting, statistics and Excel as noted on official transcripts. Students without these courses will be required to complete equivalent courses as a condition of admission. Students with a high-level of professional proficiency in Excel may be eligible for an Excel waiver (this is determined in the admission interview).
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