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SJC Long Island Health Care Management M.B.A.

SJC Long Island Health Care Management M.B.A.

The M.B.A. in Health Care Management strengthened St. Joseph’s College’s already-successful Graduate Management Studies program. The degree is perfect for working adults seeking to advance to a senior managerial position in the health care industry.

The M.B.A., created in response to student demand, provides a comprehensive business education that emphasizes the financial, legal, regulatory, managerial, political, social and historical aspects of health care, while also focusing on current issues.

This two-year program is a good option for students with an active life. The flexible schedule uses an every-other-week model, and students attend courses weekday evenings and Saturdays.

Throughout the curriculum, the program supports the development of ethical behavior and social responsibility, including diversity within the workplace. Each course has a self-directed managerial applications component that addresses an appropriate, student-identified issue/problem/task within an actual health care environment.