The Master of Healthcare Management provides specialized coursework and a holistic view of the complex and ever-evolving industry to help you become a strategic leader. Offered 100% online to accommodate working adults, the program develops a deep understanding of how management and medicine work together to achieve the goal of superior patient care.
Time to Complete: On average, students complete their MHCM in 3 to 5 semesters
Credits: 10 courses totaling 30 credits
No matter where you are in your career, the Master of Healthcare Management can help you break into the world of health care or help you advance to the next level.
The MHCM program provides the skills and knowledge that strategic healthcare leaders need to advance within the organizations that they serve, as well as their own careers.
The MHCM can prepare you for roles including:
|HCA 501||Managing People in Health Care Entities||3 Credits|
|HCA 502||Financial Management for Health Care Managers||3 Credits|
|HCA 503||Efficiency Management in Health Care||3 Credits|
|HCA 515||Medical Care Organization||3 Credits|
|HCA 555||Analysis of Health Care Markets||3 Credits|
|HCA 602||Public Health Administration||3 Credits|
|HCA 616||Seminar in Health Quality & Policy||3 Credits|
|HCA 625||Health Care Informatics for Managers||3 Credits|
|HCA 640||Health Care Law and Ethics||3 Credits|
|HCA 660||Integrated Business Strategy for Health Care Administration (capstone course)||3 Credits|
Students applying to the Health Care Management program must meet the Admission Requirements for the Graduate College.
Interested students should fill out the Request Information form and indicate their preference for Master of Health Care Management.
For more information, see https://business.csuohio.edu/academics/master-health-care-management.
For additional information, contact:
Graduate Business Advising Office
Cleveland State University
MBA and Graduate Programs
1860 E. 18th Street
Cleveland, OH 44115
The MHCM program consists of 10 courses, each 3 credit hours in a variety of topics including: Medical Care Organization, Public Health Administration; Financial Management for Health Care Managers, Managing People, Efficiency Management, Analysis of Health Care Markets and Health Care Informatics to name a few. The program culminates in a capstone course integrating learning from the previous 9 courses.
Our dedicated team of faculty and business advisors provide opportunities to meet in-person and virtually. The faculty who teach in the program have a wide variety of academic and professional backgrounds specific to the healthcare industry including expertise in:
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