Transform your career and shape the future of health care.

The health care industry is looking for leaders and innovators. The TCU Professional MBA + Health Policy and Management certificate program meets that need – whether you’re already in the health care field or want to enter it. When you pair your Professional MBA with a graduate certificate in Health Policy and Management, you will set yourself apart and gain:

  • Concepts from health economics to analyzing health policy and organizational decision making
  • Competencies to analyze competitive markets, market failures, stakeholder interests, and the role of government in the health care system
  • Skills for positive teamwork, collaborative culture, and strategic leadership to support organizational adaptability

Start the process of Growing Your Worth today!

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Curriculum

Gain in-depth knowledge of the current business issues and practices unique to the health care industry, as well as strategies for managing the risks and opportunities in this dynamic and growing field.

The Health Policy and Management certificate consists of 9 credit hours and includes:

Required Courses (6 credit hours):

Three credit hours selected by the student:

OR
  • Courses from Neeley Graduate Program Offerings (Design Thinking, Health Care Finance, Entrepreneurship, etc.)
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What You'll Get

  • Evening classes that allow you to continue working while you earn your degree.
  • On-target courses, mentors who are industry experts, a capstone project that puts learning into action, and a trip to Washington, D.C., to study the impact of health care legislation.
  • An MBA from a nationally recognized business school with world-renowned faculty.
  • Connections with impressive classmates and alumni.
  • TCU’s Annual Health Care Forum presented by the TCU Neeley School of Business and the TCU School of Medicine. Learn more.

 

“There is a tremendous need for classically trained MBAs who have a firm understanding of the business of health.”

– Darin Szilagyi, FACHE, MBA '94
Vice President, Marketing and PR, Methodist Health System
Class Leader and Advisory Board Member

Evening Graduate Programs Class Profile

30%
Women
25%
Underrepresented Minorities
10%
Current or Former Military
8
Years Average Work Experience
31
Average Age
603
Average GMAT Score
54%
Non-business Majors

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GM Financial
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JLL
KWS Manufacturing
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North Texas Specialty Physicians
Oncor Electric Delivery
Park Place Lexus
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Textron
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