Master’s in Business Administration with specialty in Healthcare Management




1 year
Following the curricular sequence

The Master’s Degree in Business Administration with specialty in Healthcare Management offers students the theoretical foundations of business administration. Through courses on marketing, finance, accounting, and economics, graduates of this program will develop skills in business decision-making. The specialty courses will prepare students with the fundamentals of managing companies that provide health services and the laws, regulations, and policies that govern said industry. In addition, the program aims to develop in students skills in project management and health information management.

Master’s Degree     School of Education     Online education

Outstanding Courses

  • Fundamentals in Healthcare Administration
  • Health Planning and Policies
  • Legal and Ethical Issues in Healthcare Management
  • Health Information Management
  • Project Management in Health Care Organizations

Possible Employment Opportunities

Graduates of this program can hold managerial and administrative positions in private and public organizations in general, including those related to the healthcare industry.


Program Competencies

Graduates of this program will be able to:
  • Apply critically and creatively the theoretical foundations and models related to the administration of health care organizations for the formulation of alternatives that generate value to the organization.
  • Demonstrate leadership and assertive communication skills in solving problems of various levels of complexity to establish and defend their arguments orally and in writing.
  • Develop strategies aimed at the preservation and management of patient care data for decision-making to improve the quality of services in organizations.
  • Employ technological and computer resources for the use, management, and processing of diverse information in the operation of any type of health care organization.
  • Interpret legal aspects and ethical principles in operational processes related to the administration of health services.
  • Value individual uniqueness, cultural diversity, and human needs in the administration of health care organizations
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