Global Health Leadership has been designed to prepare leaders to identify and respond to situations challenging our healthcare and community infrastructures. Leaders must learn how to be adaptive and agile in order to create more resilient and responsive health sustems. A framework will be provided to students to step back from current geopolitical restraints to challenge a global view of comprehensive healthcare delivery. Students will learn how predictive models are being used to support disease surveillance and the identification of community hot spots. An approach to solve a community health challenge will be designed utilizing the learnings of global best practices and adaptive and agile leadership skills.
The MBA focuses on examining an organization from a functional strategic approach. This approach includes emphasis on management, marketing, finance, accounting, and economic principles in both the domestic and international marketplaces. MBA students can become immersed in a concentration that best fits their goals. Concentrations are offered in accounting, health care management, human resources, management, and marketing.
Student Learning Outcomes
1. Advanced Knowledge in Business - Students will demonstrate advanced knowledge in the functional areas of business.
2. Strategic Analysis - Students will be able to analyze business situations, identify external opportunities and threats with a view toward proposing comprehensive strategic recommendations.
3. Complex Problem Solving - Students will demonstrate complex problem solving skills.
4. Strategic-Level Ethical Reasoning - Students will be able to identify and evaluate strategic-level ethical dilemmas and apply ethical decision-making techniques to resolve them.
5. Strategic Use of Information Technology - Students will be able to use information technology as a tool for business strategy.
6. Strategic Communications - Students will be able to communicate effectively in a business setting.