Kaplan University offers the Master of Business Administration (MBA) Program with a special emphasis on international business knowledge. This is to allow graduates to become more competitive as primary movers of organizations in the global business market. Coursework would include practical projects to train students in the skill of making sound management and business decisions. Graduates are expected to effectively perform responsibilities mandated by leadership positions in an organization.
Healthcare Management is one of the areas of specialization offered by the university through the MBA Program. Students will be trained to develop the required proficiencies that will enable them to find the solutions for actual business situations as applicable to the specific organizations of which they eventually become part of. The study of healthcare includes advances in treatment, patient-privacy regulations, staffing and cost control.
The program length is seventy-six (76) credit hours. Required Courses include Business Perspectives, Business Communications, Business Analyst, Financial Accounting Principles and Analysis, Measurement and Decision Making, Strategic Human Resource Management, Marketing Management, Economics for Global Decision Makers, Financial Management, Designing/Improving, and Implementing Processes, Managing the Value Chain, Strategic Management, Corporate Social Responsibility, Leadership Strategies for a Changing World, and the MBA Capstone. Specialization Courses include Healthcare Systems, Comprehensive Healthcare Strategies, Quality Healthcare Management, and International Healthcare Systems.
Graduates are given opportunities for employment as health information administrator, public health specialist, health planning director, and hospital public relations assistant. Qualified students can avail of financial aid. Kaplan University is duly recognized and accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.