Zicklin School of Business – Baruch College
Baruch Healthcare Administration MBA Program Structure
The Baruch Healthcare Administration MBA at Zicklin School of Business is a three-year, part-time program designed for professionals currently practicing in the healthcare industry who wish to learn more about the management side of healthcare. Classes are primarily held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, though there are a few Monday evening classes during the first year. The academic year runs from September to late June.
The Baruch Healthcare Administration MBA’s curriculum is divided into nine trimesters of study. Students complete a set sequence of courses covering business fundamentals such as macroeconomics and marketing as well as more healthcare-related subjects like public health assessment and the legal aspects of healthcare administration. Each trimester is comprised of two to four courses.
There are currently 58 students enrolled in the Baruch Healthcare Administration MBA program graduating in 2016, 2017, and 2018.
The Graduate Career Management Center helps Zicklin graduate students find employment and develop their careers. Resources offered by the center include workshops, one-on-one career advising, mock interviews, and online databases and career tools.
Tuition & Financial Aid
Based on the tuition and fees for 2015, the Healthcare Administration MBA program costs $57,000 for New York state residents and $79,000 for out-of-state residents.
Zicklin graduate students are eligible for Federal Direct Loans and in some cases may be eligible for Federal Work Study. Students can also explore private loan options.
Applicants, who must have full-time experience in healthcare, must submit an online application form, a current resume, official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended, two professional letters of recommendation, a three-part essay, and a $125 application processing fee. Applicants can submit their GMAT/GRE scores or contact admissions to qualify for an alternative in-house Admissions Test. Applicants who attended a non-U.S. college and whose first language is not English must also submit scores from the TOEFL.
Applications for the Baruch Healthcare Administration MBA program are due June 15.