Program Coordinator: Sheri Erickson, PhD Center for Business 204B, (218) email@example.com
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) with an emphasis on Health Care Management is a unique program with a curriculum that draws courses and faculty expertise from the Paseka School of Business, the Department of Economics, and the Department of Health Services Administration. The program is designed for high level healthcare managers and upon successful completion of the program individuals will be able to assume leadership roles in the healthcare industry.
The Paseka School of Business is accredited by AACSB International. Fewer than 5% of the world's business schools have achieved this distinction, which involves a process of rigorous internal review and evaluation. AACSB accreditation signifies that the Paseka School of Business has a high quality teaching environment, a commitment to continuous improvement, and is curricula responsive to the needs of business.
MBA 611 Marketing Management (3)MBA 621 Managerial Accounting (3)MBA 631 Financial Management (3)MBA 641 Human Resource Management (3)MBA 651 Organizational Behavior (3)MBA 682 Operations Management (3)MBA 696 Portfolio/Plan B (1)MBA 697 Strategic Management (3)
ECON 697 Health Care Economics (3)MBA 671 Health Care Delivery Science (3)MHA 618 Health Care Law and Ethical Decision-Making (3)MHA 620 Health Care Policy and Reimbursement (3)MHA 638 Health Care Information Systems (3)
You may take up to nine (9) graduate credits as a Graduate Special student before being formally accepted into the program. Although this does not guarantee admission, it gives you an opportunity to start taking classes immediately. For more information contact the Graduate Studies Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 218-477-2134. This temporary non-degree status would be changed after formal admission and all credits taken would be transferred into the program.
Online graduate application
Graduate Online Application.
$20 Non-Refundable application fee for first time MSUM applicants
After you complete the Graduate Online Application:
Proof of baccalaureate degree (unofficial transcripts accepted)
You do not need to send transcripts from MSUM or other MnSCU institutions. See Transcript Policy for more details.
If you have any questions about the application process,please call the Graduate Studies Office at: