The Moravian MBA Concentrations
In addition to the core courses, students in the Moravian MBA take four courses (12 credits) in a concentration of their choosing. The six available concentrations are:
Healthcare is a dynamic field seeing rapid change in how and where care is delivered, who is providing services, and how care is financed. Healthcare managers can make significant contributions to improving the health of communities, whether from assisted living programs, clinics, healthcare associations, hospitals, nursing homes, physician practices, mental health organizations, rehabilitation centers, or any other organizations in the healthcare environment. The Moravian MBA program is a participant in the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) Higher Education Network. This affiliation provides MBA students in healthcare management with access to resources and development activities in healthcare management, including scholarships to eligible students.
Required Concentration Courses
- Managing Health Care Organizations
- Health Care Economics and Financing Systems
- Law, Regulations, and Ethics in the Health Care Environment
- One non-core course and non-Healthcare Management concentration course offered in the MBA, Master of Human Resource Management, or Master of Health Administration programs. Consult with your advisor in selecting this course.