Lead Healthcare Organizations Into the Future
Healthcare is the largest industry in the country — and arguably one of the most complex. Health organizations must find ways to financially thrive, all while putting high-quality patient care at the center. It requires leaders with exceptional business skills and an in-depth understanding of healthcare systems. Clarkson University's Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Management focuses on bold solutions for these unique challenges. Shape a better future by taking this next step in your career.
Why Earn an MBA in Healthcare Management?
For over 40 years, Clarkson University has been providing innovative education in healthcare management to ambitious professionals. Our program is one of only nine in the country to offer dual AACSB and CAHME accreditation. This distinction gives our graduates a competitive edge in the job market. The results are clear: 100 percent of our students find a position in their field within three months of graduation.
The MBA in Healthcare Management attracts students with a wide variety of professional experiences. Our small class sizes mean you will also benefit from the expertise of your fellow students. Our faculty members have extensive experience in the healthcare industry, which they bring into the classroom. The tight-knit environment makes it easy to tailor your studies to your own goals.
The program is designed to be flexible to accommodate working professionals. You can complete the program in person or online, full time or part time.
Check out our excellent career outcomes from the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME).
What You'll Learn
Our program is built on a competency model rigorously developed with input from healthcare managers, executives and practitioners. Students will achieve these competencies throughout the program and be well-prepared for the challenges of working in the healthcare industry.
- Critical thinking
- Disciplinary excellence
- Ethics and social responsibility
- Written and verbal communication