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Just beginning your career in the health care industry? You’re in the right place. There isn’t a better place to learn the ins-and-outs of health care business than in the health care capital of America. You’re sure to make a mark in this booming field with your degree.
Our program will prepare you to be a significant contributor to the health care community both in Nashville and beyond. Learn from seasoned faculty who will develop you within an innovative, immersive and integrated curriculum. You’ll evaluate where health care is today and how it will progress in the future. You will gain experience beyond the classroom walls and within local health care entities. You will be a sought-after professional prepared to jump into this exciting industry.
Our MMHC 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 MMHC students who are ready to think analytically, who can contribute to a team, who are motivated by personal growth, and who can inspire others.
Applicants to the MMHC program must hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.
The complete application requirements for the MMHC program:
Master of Management in Health Care students will take the following courses representing a total of 36 hours of coursework:
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.
Our courses are offered at a variety of convenient locations around Nashville or online, at times designed to work with your busy schedule. Our hybrid class model allows you the best of going to school as a working professional.
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
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