Health Care Management
The Health Care Management career track is designed to equip MBA students with the skills necessary to understand the various parties, policies, and procedures that have shaped the changing health care environment. This track will allow students to draw upon their business knowledge to take advantage of the plethora of opportunities provided by this expanding industry. It involves taking courses at both Fisher College of Business and Ohio State University's College of Public Health.
Graduates of our Health Care Management career track graduates have been widely recruited by health services firms. Some of the positions they accepted include health care consultant, senior financial analyst, manager of patient satisfaction, global logistics planner, and associate brand manager. Their expertise and training make them highly regarded by the industry.
Here is a sample list of recruiters who have hired Fisher MBAs:
Fisher's Business of Healthcare course is designed to recognize the importance of how information and technology drives change in the healthcare industry. Students in the course are exposed to distinguished healthcare executives, physicians and policymakers. Students work in teams directly with Columbus-area hospitals to analyze current issues facing the healthcare sector.
Throughout the course, students tour operating rooms, meet with local healthcare executives, and work with physicians from the New Albany Surgical Hospital, The Ohio State Medical Center and Mount Carmel Hospital to help solve specific healthcare delivery problems.