Our MBA: Health Economics, Policy, and Administration concentration being considered for suspension and is not accepting new applications at this time. Please contact the Miller College of Business for additional information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For those who need an MBA that concentrates on health economics, policy, and administration, the list is long . . .
- Public Health Professionals
- Medical Physicians
- Purchasing Agents
- Data Analysts
- Human Resource Professionals
- Health Care Executives
- Health Agency Administrators
- Medical Device Professionals
Whichever career track you are on, you can position yourself for the promotion you desire with Ball State’s MBA and health economics, policy, and administration concentration.
Health economics was never more relevant than today. The cost of health care, aging populations, health care access, and public policy are among the many issues you will consider.
Because you could be one of the next generation’s health economics leaders, you need the critical thinking and analytical skills to navigate this growing industry.
Nurses, in particular, may be in search of tools that focus on ethical and practical ways to manage and allocate scarce health care resources to maximize value and outcomes.
Whatever your career track, you’ll use economic concepts to understand how policy decisions made at various levels of both business and government affect health care access, quality, and cost.
You’ll learn to analyze the benefits and costs of different methods of health care delivery and financing, from the viewpoint of patients, providers, and manufacturers.
You’ll also learn the tools necessary to analyze the interrelationship of health care resources, providers, consumers, and markets as well as a conceptual understanding of health economics and how it relates to the U.S. health care system.
You don’t need a business degree or financial background to pursue the health economics, policy, and administration concentration.
- ECON 683 Health Economic Analysis
- ECON 693 Health Economics and Policy
Select one of the following:
- ECON 624 Econometric Methods and Applications
- MGT 661 Human Resources Management
- RMI 670 Risk Management and Insurance