New MBA will help students land careers in pharma companies, insurers

SUNY Oswego, in upstate New York, will launch a specialized MBA program in services administration this fall, according to a news release.

The new MBA program is aimed at both mid-career health professionals as well as those who wish to career-switch into the health sector. The curriculum will include a mix of business and health-related courses.

According to the SUNY Oswego news release, post-graduation options will include "management positions in pharmaceutical companies, health insurers, public health agencies, management consulting, long-term-care facilities, hospitals, clinics, physician practices, professional societies, government, the military and health care finance."

The MBA program will be offered in both a hybrid classroom model with some distance learning options and a fully-online option.

For more information, please see the SUNY Oswego news release announcing the launch of the MBA in Health Services Administration.

You can also go to FIND MBA's specializations page to read more about what an MBA program in healthcare can offer.

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