The healthcare leadership track of the MBA provides the student with a core of business courses and advanced study needed to lead organizations in the rapidly changing health care environment. Graduates are able to pursue careers in all disciplines of health care, including information technology, finance, human resources, marketing, and operations. A full-time student taking two courses per semester, will complete this program in 18-months.

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Core MBA Courses (15 credits)

Course #FormerlyCourse Name# of Credit Hours
BUS 6000BUS 600Managerial Finance and Data Analysis3
BUS 6100BUS 610Globalization and Social Responsibility3
BUS 6200BUS 620Leadership and Teamwork3
BUS 6300BUS 630Current Events Impact on the Economy3
BUS 6400BUS 640Strategic Management Practicum3

Leadership Concentration (21 credits)

Course #FormerlyCourse Name# of Credit Hours
ACC 6002ACC 602Accounting for Managers3
HCL 6105HCL 615Business Dynamics of Healthcare3
HCL 6205HCL 625Budgeting in Healthcare3
HCL 6405HCL 645Healthcare Operations Management3
HCL 6305HCL 635Managing Human Capital in Healthcare3
HCL 6500HCL 650Information Systems in Healthcare3
HCL 6600HCL 660Global Perspectives in Healthcare Management3

Jessica Dupont '16

MBA in healthcare leadership
Director of risk adjustment at Health New England
President of Dress for Success, Western Massachusetts

Photo of MBA grad Jess Dupont“The healthcare leadership track offered by the Elms MBA program was exactly what I was looking for. The courses were taught by professionals who were respected experts in their field and went beyond just the theoretical concepts. They instead focused on teaching students how to apply these concepts in the real world and further hone deep reasoning and critical thinking skills. I draw on the knowledge and skills I learned during my time in the program almost every single day. Less than a year after completing my MBA I was promoted to my current role. I know my Elms MBA helped to position me for that opportunity and continued success in my career.”