Remarkable changes in American healthcare policy have increased the need for excellent administrators. Develop essential leadership and decision-making skills in a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Health Administration program ranked by U.S. News & World Report.
Designed for working professionals, your coursework will present concepts in practical and quantitative terms, so that you can apply them to the workplace immediately. Topics include leadership, financial management, quality improvement, health policy, privacy, and legal and ethical issues.
Franklin Pierce offers small classes for in-depth, personalized learning in a program that is accredited by the International Accreditation Council of Business Education (IACBE).
Combine online learning with part or full-time study, and four academic terms, to create a flexible and personalized schedule. You may also be eligible for grants, loans, and scholarships in the form of financial aid.
Graduates of this program are healthcare managers who possess the skills to assume key roles in health administration, public health, and patient-client advocacy.
Alumni Success Stories
Coming to America from India in search of a better education, Nichi found her opportunity here where she earned a B.S. in Health Sciences, and then continued on to get her M.B.A. in Health Administration. Nidhi now works at a pharmaceutical company called Epizyme, Inc. as a Clinical Research Associate helping with clinical trials.Nichi Patel, Administration, M.B.A. '19
Clinical Research Associate,Epizyme, Inc.
Adrienne D'Ascanio graduated from the Master of Business Administration in Health Administration from Franklin Pierce in 2013. While working to receive her MBA, D'Ascanio pursued her career at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in the NICU and Center for Nursing Research and Quality Outcomes. She continues to work at Dana-Faber Cancer Institute as the Manager of Clinical Operations.Adrienne D'Ascanio, MBA '13
Manager of Clinical Operations, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
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