Full-Time MBA Students Travel to Washington, DC
Students in the Full-Time Integrated MBA program traveled to Washington, DC, where they gained knowledge of policy issues and global strategy. The FIMBA students have an unique opportunity to build on their undergraduate business degree and accelerate in their future career.
Seidman MBA with Health Sector Management Emphasis
Examines current and historical legal and ethical issues impacting health administration, including malpractice and other liability issues, licensing and regulation, professional ethics, contracts and property, insurance, corporate, taxation, antitrust, fraud and abuse, medical staff, confidentiality, health care access, peer review, ethics committees, legal and ethical aspects of patient care decision making and consent.
The following three courses will be completed in lieu of other business electives:
PA 630 -- Health Administration and Services
Overview of the current management, organization, and delivery of U.S. health care. Current management and organization theories are compared in relation to the health care system. Major system components are defined and studied. Included are discussions of staffing, dealing with internal and external constituencies, and identification of hospital types.
PA 631 -- Health Policy and Politics
Examines public policy-making in the health care sector since 1900. Emphasizes policy, the process of government regulation, and the character of health settings at the federal, state, and local levels; with attention to the constitutional foundations, legislative policies, and bureaucratic implementation features of the system in a political context.
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