Molloy among the best health care management degree programs in the north

Molloy College Named Tenth Among Best Health Care Management Degree Programs in the North#10 - Molloy College

The Division of Graduate Business Studies

Health Care Master of Business Administration

Ranking Methodology

Points: 10

Molloy College offers several graduate business degree programs, with the unique option of pursuing a large number of concentration areas in the area of health care management and administration. This allows students to customize their academic plan to meet their unique needs. There are three degree options that ideally suit the training needs of those looking to enter careers in the business side of the health care industry. In each of the carefully planned healthcare majors students will gather business skills in accounting, economics, and finance to analyze managerial problems in the healthcare environment.

Dual Master of Nursing/Master of Business Administration: This dual degree program is designed for nurse manager and nurse executive roles (CNO's) who must earn the skills and knowledge to adapt to changes in the healthcare industry, which require sophisticated business skills.

Master of Nursing Administration and Informatics
The 43 credit hour Master of Nursing Administration and Informatics degree program is a great degree plan for those who are more interested in the information technology elements that underlie the modern health care system. Students in this program learn to safely and effectively manage sensitive and private patient data.

Master of Business Administration in Healthcare
For those graduate students who plan to pursue careers in the health care sector such as pharmaceuticals, insurance, organizations, consulting firms and hospitals, will need the business skills to be a leader in this changing industry. This Healthcare MBA is a great fit for those who plan to enter this rewarding career opportunity. Students earning a Healthcare MBA at Molloy must complete a total of 36 credits, including the following healthcare courses:

  • Accounting for healthcare professionals
  • Economics evaluation in healthcare
  • Healthcare finance
  • Healthcare organization and delivery
  • Healthcare marketing
  • Healthcare capstone/strategy

Acceptance Rate: 75.4%
Average Undergraduate Enrollment: 3,336
Graduate Program Annual Cost: $36,900 - $44,075 (depending upon number of credits needed)
US News and World Report Best Northern Regional University Rank: #36
US News and World Report Best Healthcare Management Program Rank: Not Applicable
Additional US News and World Report Ranks: Not Applicable
American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA)
Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE)
New York State Board of Regents (NYSBR)

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