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Health Services Administration, M.B.A.

Application Deadline

Rolling admission

Next start date

January 23, 2017

Cost per credit hour


Credit hours


Health services is a high-growth, dynamic industry and our M.B.A. will give you the edge for health management careers that are in demand. Our programs feature respected and award-winning faculty who stress practical problem solving scenarios through the coursework that is constantly evolving with the latest AACSB accredited standards.

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What you will study: 

Our flexible curriculum gives our students the opportunity to combine his or her passions with the foundational coursework, while providing the latest practical applications in healthcare management. The curriculum consists of 45 credit hours of elective study which builds upon a 21 credit hour foundation of accepted business skills, concepts, and principles.

  • MBA 513 - Managerial Finance, credit: 3
  • MBA 514 - Marketing Management, credit: 3
  • MBA 515 - Management Science I, credit: 3
  • MBA 517 - Organization and Management: A Global Perspective, credit: 3

Read more in the 2016-2017 Graduate Catalog.

We need a lot of very capable and driven leaders that can help manage the transformation that the entire health care industry is going through.
Sarah Bonzo, Coordinator of HSA

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Learning outcomes: 

Develop the business foundation and health care specific skills to become an effective, responsible leader in the complex health care industry. All of our MBA programs are accredited through the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). This organization sets the standards for business school accreditation and has served as the academic regulator of university business programs since 1916. Less than 5% of business schools worldwide have earned AACSB accreditation. SUNY Oswego’s program is 1 of 4 AACSB accredited MBA programs in New York State.

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Admission Requirements: 
Official transcript
GPA of at least 2.6
GMAT of 500 or better
Business essay
Purpose statement
Two letters of recommendation
Application fee