The M.B.A. with a Concentration in Complex Health Systems is like no other health care M.B.A. currently in existence. As our health care system continues to transform and we move beyond the walls of just hospitals, this program will provide a comprehensive, flexible, trans-disciplinary, and team-based building degree, exposing our students to the full continuum of our health care system.
The program emphasizes an experiential learning environment in the classroom and in the many health care businesses such as hospitals, clinics and research settings including an experiential capstone course to apply the learnings. Much of this education will take place on NSU’s campus at its many clinics, the HCA hospital or at NSU’s innovative Center for Collaborative Research where its high level relationships with incubator and early stage health care businesses, biotech and pharma will provide the foundation for the program. The M.B.A. with a Concentration in Complex Health Systems focuses on the “new” business of health - the intersection of technology, research and innovation to provide business solutions to take discoveries from the laboratory bench through the complex journey to the patient’s bedside.
This M.B.A. for health care professionals is ideal for those looking to broaden their knowledge of the business of health care, including those in both clinical and non-clinical positions in hospitals, management services organizations, pharmaceutical companies, insurance organizations, and other medical industries.
Graduates from the M.B.A. in Complex Health Systems program have the potential to become leaders in their field by finding career opportunities such as Hospital Administrators, Head of Home Care, and Medical and Health Services Managers.
Fall I 2018: August 10, 2018
Fall II 2018: October 5, 2018
Winter I 2019: December 14, 2018
Why an M.B.A. in Complex Health Systems: Hear from the Advisory Board