Graduates will be prepared to seek careers in the for-profit and nonprofit healthcare industries across sectors, including:
New England College of Business has been educating successful finance and business professionals for over 100 years. Our online learning platform is ideal for today's busy working adult. We understand the need for access to high-quality online degrees and provide programs that are:
Lowest tuition among all private four-year colleges in New England (U.S. Department of Education College Affordability and Transparency Center, 2011-2015).
Courses are 100% online, allowing you to study anytime and anywhere.
Career-focused coursework is led by faculty with real-world experience.
Our degree programs are regionally accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).
Our interactive online learning environment was recognized with a 2014 Gold Award for Best Practices (USDLA) and the ACHE Award for Creative Use of Technology, and our degree programs are consistently recognized by the U.S. News and World Report.
Healthcare is the fastest-growing sector of the U.S. economy, employing over 18 million people* and accounting for about a fifth of the nation's economy.
Today's healthcare system has undergone tremendous change with the implementation of new legislation and policy on the state and national level that have created tremendous implications for healthcare organizations, as well as for individual healthcare professionals. The Master of Healthcare Management (MHM) curriculum was created at the nexus between policy implementation and business management — designed to provide participants with the knowledge, skills and abilities needed to evaluate the implications of policy on organizational structure, marketing, finance and strategy.
Danielle LaPresta, 2015 graduate
The curriculum for the online Master of Healthcare Management degree is designed to prepare graduates to address healthcare industry challenges related to health policy, health operations management, risk and regulatory compliance and more. The in-depth, online coursework is designed to equip graduates to:
The MHM program is designed for individuals who may or may not already be in the healthcare profession but are interested in advancing to healthcare management positions in critical business disciplines within organizations. These leadership positions are often found in for-profit and nonprofit entities related to healthcare delivery, clinical practices, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical devices, healthcare services, insurance and investment firms.
The program also serves students who are interested in exploring entrepreneurial opportunities within healthcare.
Nearly all of our students are working adults who recognize New England College of Business as a good fit for its convenience and flexibility. Sixty-three percent of them are employed at organizations which have a Corporate Partner relationship with New England College of Business.
We accept admission applications for our online Master of Healthcare Management program throughout the year. Evaluation of each candidate's application is based on the following:
Neither the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) nor the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) are required. However, you can submit those scores to strengthen your admission application.
Students that do not already have foundational coursework in business may be conditionally accepted, subject to satisfactory completion of one prerequisite course: Statistics.
Foreign language students must submit TOEFL or IELTS testing scores that meet the New England College of Business admissions requirements for admittance to Graduate Programs found in the Academic Catalog and Student Handbook.
For more information and detailed admissions requirements, consult the Academic Catalog and Student Handbook.
If you're considering taking the next step in your career by getting a degree, our Admissions Representatives are available to help you select the online degree program that best fits your needs. Just give us a call at 800-997-1673.