The goal of the Master of Business Administration in Health Care Administration degree program is to deliver proficiency in managing business functions with an emphasis on developing, planning, and managing health care operations and services within health care facilities and across health care systems. The program will offer the students the opportunity to learn the operational side of managing a health care facility, whether it is a small office, a clinic, or a large hospital.
Student Learning Outcomes
Synthesize the necessary skills to take on leadership positions within the health management field and to support more productive and ethical decision-making.
Synthesize critical thinking logically and analytically about complex local and global problems.
Evaluate and communicate effectively in a range of strategic business environments.
Create the diversity and complexity of human relationships involved in an organization.
Examine the social, ethical, and global responsibilities within management positions with special attention to the Catholic intellectual tradition.