Healthcare Management Secondary Concentration
Over the past decade, the healthcare industry has added 2.6 million jobs nationwide.
Healthcare's employment growth rate was 22.7 percent in that time. All other industries? A mere 2.1 percent.
Fordham MBA students are uniquely positioned to capitalize on opportunities in this dynamic field, where there is great demand for professionals who understand how helping people and doing good business intersect.
We are also seeing major growth in healthcare innovations and entrepreneurship, which is a focus of the Global Healthcare Innovation Management Center (fordham.edu/ghimc).
The Healthcare Management secondary concentration encompasses one required course (SAGB 76AY Introduction to Healthcare Systems) and two electives, for a total of nine credits, each in a different discipline, to provide students with the essential elements of healthcare management.
|SAGB 76AY||Introduction to Healthcare Systems||3|
|Select two courses from the list below.||6|
Courses in this group have the ABHM attribute.
|FNGB 74AG||Finance in the Healthcare Ind||3|
|ISGB 7922||Healthcare IT||3|
|SAGB 76AX||Strategic Management and the Pharmaceutical Industry||3|