Healthcare Administration is a specialization in Baylor's MBA program and is part of the Robbins Institute for Health Policy and Leadership, which serves as an interdisciplinary foundation for all healthcare-related initiatives in the Business School, including teaching, external programming, and health services research.
Today's healthcare leaders must be able to lead and manage complex organizations with a servant's heart, a commitment to their communities and strong business acumen.
Baylor now offers two degree plans in Healthcare Administration.
Unlike many healthcare administration MBA programs, the Robbins MBA Healthcare Program requires a nine-month paid Executive Residency with a leading, progressive health organization. This is an integral part of the Robbins MBA Healthcare Program, the residency is designed to supplement your coursework.
With a residency placement rate of 100%, every student has the opportunity to receive guidance from well-qualified, practicing healthcare executives, apply and test administrative theory in practical work situations and develop leadership skills in an actual healthcare organization.
Students prepare an initial residency plan outlining their objectives, activities, projects and readings.
During the residency they also complete:
The mission of the Robbins MBA Healthcare Program is to promote academic excellence, stimulate intellectual activity and encourage community excellence in a Christian environment to improve the health of all segments of society.
The vision of the Robbins MBA Healthcare Program is to be a reliable source of motivated, committed and highly trained executive leaders for service to the healthcare industry.