Walsh University was honored as one of the nation's top 30 best online MBA in Healthcare Management Programs for 2019 by OnlineMasters.com, a trusted source for unbiased college rankings and higher education planning. Walsh ranked No. 29 out of 50 programs.
The top-ranked online MBA in Healthcare Management Programs were selected based on curriculum rigor, program flexibility, affordability and graduate outcomes. The research organization analyzed graduate schools across the country with only 50 making it to the final 2019 list.
Offered through the DeVille School of Business, Walsh’s MBA in Healthcare Management specialty is designed to create a balance between business knowledge and the unique aspects and demands of the healthcare field. The specialty provides future leaders with a wide range of competencies and skills needed to advance or develop their careers in the rewarding field of healthcare management. This program is available in-class or online in as little as one year.
“This national recognition is yet another validation of Walsh’s excellence in our curriculum and faculty, as well as delivering value to our students,” said Michael Petrochuk, D.B.A., Director of Walsh’s MBA Program. “The MBA in Healthcare Management is designed to be responsive to today’s competitive healthcare business environment while also providing a strong academic foundation with initiatives such as our Leadership Program.”
The mission of Walsh University’s MBA in Healthcare Management program is to prepare graduates for a variety of leadership positions in all aspects of healthcare, including hospitals, ambulatory care, physician practice management, long-term care, managed care, pharmaceutical sales, and the like. For more information, visit https://www.walsh.edu/mba-healthcare-management
Whether online or on campus, students can earn a Walsh University DeVille School of Business MBA through a curriculum that allows for more flexibility in completion time. Walsh’s accredited program offers specialties in Healthcare Management, Management, Entrepreneurship and Marketing. Walsh’s MBA curriculum is relevant and rigorous, classes are small and schedules are geared towards busy working adults. Faculty teaching in the program hold terminal degree and bring industry experience to make the courses more practical. To learn more about Walsh’s online MBA program, visit http://www.walsh.edu/mba-program.