Health Care Management Degree Program
The health care industry will undergo significant growth and change in the coming years. Trained, dedicated professionals will be called on to lead patients, providers, insurers and policy organizations through related transitions. Would you like to be part of that process? Health care management training at Minnesota School of Business will prepare you to make a difference.
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Find out what the classroom experience is like for those enrolled in health care management.
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Master of Science in Management: Health Care Management
Leadership preparation for health care professionals and those with particular interests in the area.
Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management
Broad training in law, ethics, procedures, administration and management for the health care industry.
To learn more about health care management degrees, financial aid, or credit for prior learning, call 1-877-655-7676 or contact admissions.
Minnesota School of Business is accredited by Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools to award doctoral degrees, master’s degrees, bachelor of fine arts degrees, bachelor of science degrees, associate in applied science degrees and diplomas.
Working collaboratively with fellow Globe Education Network member Minnesota School of Business, the university offers college degree programs online and on campus in locations in the Minneapolis-St. Paul region (the IDS Center, Blaine, Brooklyn Center, Plymouth, Richfield, Elk River, Lakeville and Woodbury), Rochester, Shakopee, St. Cloud and Moorhead, Minnesota (MN); Appleton, Eau Claire, Green Bay, La Crosse, Middleton, Madison and Wausau, Wisconsin (WI); and Sioux Falls, South Dakota (SD). Our online program is world-wide, and our campuses serve students from Upper Midwest communities including Fargo, North Dakota (ND) and Bloomington, Eagan, White Bear Lake, Coon Rapids, Eden Prairie, Burnsville, Roseville, Maplewood, Minnetonka and Maple Grove, MN.