Program Overview

Healthcare management refers to the application of business principles to organizations or industries that provide healthcare services. Healthcare managers and administrators are at the heart of the business side of healthcare, as they’re in charge of budgeting, scheduling, and seeking out ways to improve patient care. Healthcare managers spend their days managing and coordinating health services in clinics, hospitals, and nursing homes.


In addition to budgeting and finance skills, healthcare managers need skills related to human resources, marketing, and computer information systems. They also need to understand how healthcare policy impacts their facility and its employees.
This profession will leverage your stellar organizational and communication skills while allowing you to make a difference in the lives of others. It’s a job that’s rewarding both philanthropically and financially.


The Healthcare Management program at MENA College of Management is designed to prepare students to pursue careers in the management of healthcare organizations, nationally and internationally.


The Healthcare Management program from MENA College of Management was designed to attract qualified learners seeking employment in a health care organization to manage all aspects of health care operations and activities as a health services manager or administrator or to oversee particular departments such as human resources, finance, or procurement department.

 

Why study Healthcare Management?

Are you wondering about the top reasons to study health care management? This prestigious leadership position helps health care facilities operate effectively, which improves public health. With Bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Management, you could help provide health services to those who need them most.


Furthermore, unlike many traditional management programs, graduates of healthcare management programs can find significant opportunities in a variety of fields, from small rural communities to large metropolitan areas and around the world.

 

Prospective workplaces:

  • Hospitals
  • Clinics
  • Health networks
  • Independent service providers
  • Medical laboratories
  • Government departments/agencies and regulatory authorities

 

Career opportunities:

  • Healthcare Service Manager
  • Medical Service Manager
  • Healthcare Administrator
  • Assistant Hospital Administrator
  • Health Information Manager
  • Hospital Department Head
  • Independent Service Providers
  • Medical Laboratories
  • Government healthcare departments/agencies or regulatory authorities’ staff

 

Learning outcomes

MENA College of Management prepares graduates to become healthcare professionals and pursue careers as healthcare professionals in mid-to-high-level positions in any industry.


Healthcare Management students and professionals are required in all types of medical organizations.


Many students choose to pursue a healthcare administration degree to gain the business skills required for a management role in the healthcare field.


After completing this program, the graduate can:

  1. Use critical thinking to interpret the impact of current issues and changing policies in the field of healthcare on an organization.
  2. Develop the student’s ability to evaluate the components of the healthcare system and external factors affecting the management of healthcare organizations.
  3. Provide the student with the skills to address problems and opportunities in healthcare organizations.
  4. Apply business analysis techniques to quantitative and qualitative data in a healthcare organization.
  5. Strengthen the student’s abilities to make ethical choices and decisions in their role as healthcare managers.
  6. Develop the student’s ability to apply best practices in leadership to the management of healthcare organizations.
  7. Demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning by participation in professional development activities.
  8. Understand and engage in research utilizing sound methods learned to add value to his work and the community


Thanks to the Healthcare Management program from MCM, you will be able to work as an effective health care worker through knowledge, skills, and values that enrich the health care industry and engage in strategic collaboration with the hospital to improve health and wellbeing through innovative and effective administrative practices.

 

Program Structure

A Bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Management is awarded to students who complete 126 credit hours / 42 courses:

CoursesCredit hours
College Requirements 30 credit hours
Business Core 33 credit hours
Health Core 18 credit hours
Healthcare Management Requirements 36 credit hours
Healthcare Management Electives 9 credit hours

 

Program Coordinator

Dr. Erhauyi Meshach Aiwerioghene
Assistant Professor
Doctor of Philosophy/Amity University, India/2018 - Hospital Administration

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