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There are over 900 companies operating in health care in Nashville with sway over the worldwide industry. Learn to be a leader in a city at the forefront of health care practice, business and technology. Here, you'll be an eyewitness to the future of the field and the latest advances in delivering health care.
As you earn your MHA at Lipscomb, our experts will teach you relevant health care business practices. They'll introduce you to industry leaders and guide you on a global business trip. Our immersive program will teach you to take what you learn and integrate it in your own company or practice. Take advantage of this fabulous chance to learn the business of health care.
Our MHA program takes a personal approach, and we want you to learn as much from each other as from your professors. That’s why we consider the whole candidate in our admissions process. We are looking for MHA students who can think analytically, who can contribute to a team, who are motivated by personal growth and who can inspire others.
Applicants to the MHA program must hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution and have a minimum of three years' post-graduate work experience.
Due to COVID-19 issues, application deadlines for summer and fall cohorts have been extended. Contact your recruiter to learn more!
The completed application requirements for the MHA program:
GMAT or GRE test will be waived for all 2020 summer and fall applicants.
MHA students must complete all of the following courses:
Both our deeply connected faculty and our experiential learning opportunities offer myriad ways for you to form relationships with leaders in the industry. These connections will serve and support you throughout your career.
A big city. An even bigger opportunity. We consider Nashville an extension of our classroom, and as a leading city in many industries, that means you’ll gain experience and insight you won’t find anywhere else.
Assistant Professor of Management
Liddle, director of graduate business and assistant professor of management, comes to Lipscomb with two decades of industry experience.Â He began his career at KPMG and then spent almost 15 years...Learn More
Medical and health services managers, also called healthcare executives or healthcare administrators, plan, direct, and coordinate medical and health services. They might manage an entire facility, a specific clinical area or department, or a medical practice for a group of physicians. Medical and health services managers must direct changes that conform to changes in healthcare laws, regulations, and technology.
Administrative services managers plan, direct, and coordinate supportive services of an organization. Their specific responsibilities vary, but administrative service managers typically maintain facilities and supervise activities that include recordkeeping, mail distribution, and office upkeep.
Sales managers direct sales teams. They set sales goals, analyze data, and develop training programs for organizations’ sales representatives.