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- Flexible MBA - Health Care Management
Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School offers a Flexible
MBA program with a Health Care Management concentration. Designed
to fit into the demanding schedules of working professionals, the
Flexible MBA can be completed online, on-site, or through a blended
option comprising both modalities. The program prepares business
leaders who can approach the most difficult issues in the health
care industry using a business lens.
Bringing together the best in health care education with the most
innovative approach to teaching business, the Flexible MBA’s Health
Care Management concentration harnesses the power of Johns Hopkins
University to deliver a world-class opportunity to reshape industry
business models and improve public health in communities across the
globe. The Carey Business School seeks to teach business with
humanity in mind, meaning it produces business leaders committed to
this ideal, whether in hospitals, private or charitable clinics, or
The Flexible MBA program provides opportunities to network with
lawmakers, business leaders, physicians, and other professionals
working across the health care industry. MBA graduates with
concentrations in Health Care Management have gone on to positions
as hospital administrators, pharmaceutical project managers, and
clinical support services directors, among other leadership roles.
Johns Hopkins University also offers a Master of Science in Health
Care Management degree. Courses can be taken online, on-site, or a
combination of both. Click here to view the program details.
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What to Expect from the Flexible MBA in Health Care Management
Admission Requirements: Applicants to the Flexible MBA in Health Care Management must hold
a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution with a minimum
GPA of 3.0. In addition, at least two years of relevant,
professional work experience are required. Application requirements
include an online application and fee, a resume, one letter of
recommendation, two essays, GRE/GMAT test scores, and official
transcripts of all post-secondary education. A GRE/GMAT waiver is
available for qualified applicants.
International students must provide proof of English language
proficiency through TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE test scores as well as
securing a course-by-course evaluation of transcripts by an
approved agency such as WES.
Study Plan: Typically, students in the Flexible MBA in Health Care Management
take two courses per term (four courses per semester). Students
following the recommended program plan can complete the degree in
2.7 years, but students have up to six years to complete. Courses
are eight weeks long, with start dates available in fall, spring,
or summer. The program is offered online, on-site at the Baltimore
campus, or as a blend of both (certain MBA foundational core
courses can also be taken on-site at the Washington, D.C. campus).
Curriculum: Johns Hopkins’ Flexible MBA in Health Care Management consists of
54 credits. This includes 30 credits in business foundations, 12
credits of concentration courses, and 12 credits of electives.
Foundation courses include business law, business communication,
business leadership and human values, accounting and financial
reporting, negotiation, economics for decision making, the firm and
the macroeconomy, among others.
Concentration courses in health care management include data
analytics, health innovations and evaluations, applied and
behavioral economics in health care, and client consulting
practicum I and II. MBA foundational electives include
entrepreneurial ventures, power and politics, wealth management,
global strategy, and corporate governance.
Online Experience: Online courses are developed and taught by the same instructors
who teach full-time and part-time students on-site. Although the
learning environment is different, Carey strives to ensure course
content and rigor are equal regardless of modality. The courses
offer both hands-on instruction as well as traditional methods of
teaching to expose students to a broad range of learning
All online students have access to the full gamut of student
services, including academic advising, library services,