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The Health Care Administration concentration of the Master of Business Administration program offers the opportunity to expand skills in Accounting, Financial Management, Management, Leadership, Organizational Development, and Quality Management. Students will continue the development of their decision-making, leadership, motivation, problem-solving, and teamwork skills. Limestone’s MBA program requires a total of 36 hours (12 classes) and is completed entirely online.  Limestone currently offers two MBA concentrations, one in Management and Leadership, and the other in Health Care Administration.

Related Occupations

Hospital administrator, nursing home administrator, retirement community administrator, physician practice administrator, public health administrator

Are you also interested in earning an Master's of Science in Nursing? 

Limestone offers the ability to get 2 degrees AT THE SAME TIME!

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Combines curriculum from both advanced level degrees, the MSN and MBA: Healthcare Administration so that nurses can effectively lead healthcare organizations.

Fast Facts

  • Both of Limestone's MBA concentrations are 100% online.
  • Currently, 1 in every 6 jobs in America are in the health care industry.
  • According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s County Business Patterns, the health care industry is the largest employer and has the highest annual payroll with 20 million employees and over $1.0 trillion in annual payroll in 2018.
  • The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects the health care sector will grow 14% from 2018 to 2028.
  • The fastest-growing industries in the health care and social assistance sector are general medical and surgical hospitals, home health care services, and individual/family services.

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