​​​​​​Healthcare Management​

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Healthcare is changing and business leaders are needed to help both private and public facilities stay on track with new industry trends, emerging operational policies and regulations as well as advancements in patient care and treatment.  The University of Findlay’s Master of Business Administration with a Healthcare Management (HCM) concentration delivers a customized education for business professionals looking to enter or advance their career in healthcare. Find a management career in a variety of healthcare settings, including:
  • Hospitals
  • Nursing homes
  • Home care
  • Managed care
  • Public health
Findlay’s experienced faculty members provide academic and career guidance. Qualifying students may be eligible for a residency or field practicum at a healthcare facility. 

Healthcare Management Core Courses 

MBA 610 

Leadership and Organizational Behavior

MBA 618  

Finance Management

MBA 620  

Management of Human Resource​s

MBA 630 

Marketing Management and Planning

MBA 640 

Research for Decision Making

MBA 649 

Ethics and Legal Environment

MBA 665 ​

Management of Information and Technology

HCMG 600 

Managed Care

HCMG 610

Healthcare Regulations and Public Policy

HCMG 620

Healthcare Financial Analysis and Control

HCMG 700

Healthcare Management Strategy and Implementation

Optional second concentrations

Students seeking additional expertise in a specific area can earn a second concentration. The following curriculum is needed to complete a second concentration for the MBA program:


MBA 648

Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management

MBA 654

Risk Management


MBA 622

Contracts and Labor Relations

MBA 624

Organizational and Human Resource Development


MBA 660

International Business

MBA 664

International Trade and Marketing


MBA 634

Seminar in Marketing and Promotion

MBA 662

International Marketing


MBA 627

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

MBA 628

ISO 9000 and Lean Manufacturing


Fo​r more information on the Healthcare Management Program, contact Aly Matejka, assistant professor and director of healthcare management, at 419-434-5670 or [email protected].​