Healthcare Management Emphasis

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Healthcare Management

  
Eller's Center for Management Innovations in Healthcare aims to capitalize on existing faculty strengths to contribute new human, strategic, and technological resources to the organization and management of health care delivery systems through education, research, and community partnerships in Arizona and beyond.
 
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The Healthcare Management emphasis allows students to develop health industry-specific knowledge, positioning them for managerial careers in a broad range of healthcare and related organizations.

The Healthcare Management emphasis is a customized nine-unit program available to Eller students only. The Healthcare Management emphasis can be added to any Eller major. Courses cannot “double dip” with major courses. Students need to be in the professional program to undertake the emphasis.


 

Healthcare Management Coursework

Students are required to complete at least three of the following courses to earn the emphasis (nine units total):

The following courses are offered on a regular basis:

  • ECON 427 Current Topics in Healthcare Economics and Policy
    Offered: Fall and Spring, Prerequisite: ECON 300 or ECON 361
  • MGMT 448 Healthcare Entrepreneurship
    Offered: Spring, Prerequisite: None
  • MIS 406 Healthcare Information Systems
    Offered: Fall and Spring, Prerequisite: None

The following courses are not offered on a regular basis, but can fulfill the Healthcare Management emphasis course requirements when offered:

  • ACCT 410 Principles of Profit Planning and Control 
    Prerequisite: ACCT 310
  • ECON 422 Introduction to Health Economics 
    Prerequisite: ECON 300 or ECON 361
  • MGMT 438 Healthcare Organization and Management 
    Prerequisite: None
  • MGMT 475 (Section 002) Healthcare Consulting
    Prerequisite: None

 

Registration

Thank you for your interest in the Healthcare Management emphasis. Apply now:

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For more information, contact Kevin Lundeberg, Eller academic advisor.