Business Administration in Healthcare Management, UW MBA Consortium Online- Masters of Business Administration
Graduate Program Requirements
The MBA, Healthcare Management emphasis program consists of 36 graduate credits. Additionally, the capstone course (MBA 710) requires an impact project that must include application of a general MBA program goal and a Healthcare Management program goal.
- Business Essentials courses (4 credits): Students must complete four credits of Business Essentials coursework. Students may have MBA 708 and/or MBA 709 waived by demonstrating mastery of course competencies through a program-approved process. Students will complete an additional two to four credits of electives, if one or both of these courses are waived.
- Core courses (22 credits): Students must complete 22 credits of Core classes.
- Elective courses (10 credits): To earn the Healthcare Management emphasis, the remaining 10 credits must come from emphasis electives listed below.
|Business Essentials Courses||4|
|Essentials of Financial Analysis|
|Essentials of Economic and Statistical Analysis|
|Defining your Plan for Success: The MBA Mindset|
|Leading & Communicating in Dynamic & Diverse Organizations|
|Making Informed Managerial Decisions|
|Developing New Products and Services|
|Competing Strategically in a Global Environment|
|Navigating Change amid Uncertainty|
|MBA Program Capstone|
|Leading the Healthcare Workforce 1|
|Fundamentals of Health Information Technology Management 1|
|Health Care Finance & Economics 1|
|Informing Healthcare Decisions with Data Analytics 1|
|Addressing Contemporary Issues and Trends in Healthcare 1|
|Health Care Organization and Delivery 1|
|Introduction to Financial Fraud|
|Financial Statement Analysis|
|Fundamental Methods for Forecasting|
|Managing Workplace Stress|
|Selling Ideas at Work|
|Employee Training and Development|
|Organizational Leadership and Change|
|Business and Ethics|
|Work-Family Issues in Contemporary Times|
|Contract Law for Managers|
|Communicating for Success: Writing for Results|
|Sustainability & Organizational Management|
|Managing Technology in Turbulent Times|
|Supply Chain Management|
|Quantitative Business Analysis|
At least six credits must be taken from the following group of courses: MBA 780, MBA 781, MBA 782, MBA 783, MBA 786, MBA 789.
Satisfactory Academic Progress
Satisfactory progress is defined as the maintenance of a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher in the program. A student not making satisfactory progress toward the degree may be placed on probation or dismissed from the program on the recommendation of the academic director of the MBA program.
A 3.00 cumulative GPA in courses counting toward the MBA is required for graduation. A course in which a grade of C- or lower is earned will not be counted toward the 36-credit MBA minimum, but will be computed in the GPA. A maximum of six MBA credits of C or C+ work will be accepted. A student who receives a C- will need to take a replacement course. A student earning a D+ or lower in a graduate-level course will be dismissed from the program, regardless of where the course was taken. The student may petition for readmission to the program by writing to the academic director of the MBA program.
Students need to be registered for a course in the term they are graduating.