Western Michigan University will offer an MBA concentration in healthcare, starting this fall, according to a press release.
The concentration will be aimed at students who wish to pursue management opportunities in the growing healthcare sector.
The specialized MBA program will require between 36 and 48 credit hours to complete. A curriculum list for the program has not yet been released, but the business school already offers a few specialized electives, such as "Health Care Financial Management," "Health Law Administration," and "Healthcare Marketing."
Western Michigan's AACSB-accredited MBA program can be pursued on either a full- or part-time basis.
The school will also begin offering a dual-degree MBA / MD program starting in 2014.
For more information, please see the Western Michigan University press release announcing the launch of the MBA concentration in healthcare.
You can also read more about similar degrees on FIND MBA's healthcare specialization page.
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