Healthcare Management MBA

Designed for working healthcare professionals, the Pacific MBA with a healthcare track will develop your business skills for a career in healthcare administration. Along with your career experience, the Pacific MBA will prepare you with a curriculum evolving as fast as today’s healthcare industry.

Why Pacific’s MBA in Healthcare?

Designed for working professionals

Earn your MBA in 15 months with an alternating-weekend schedule on Friday afternoons and Saturdays.

Network with a close-knit MBA cohort with experiences in and out of the healthcare industry

Same schedule, benefits, and tuition

that all Pacific MBA candidates enjoy

Classes are held 4 days a month

or from the Hillsboro, OR campus, or you can join remotely.

Scholarships

MBA scholarships are available

Step outside of the classroom

Gain theory and practical experience while visiting local businesses on the Corporate Landscape Tour.

By incorporating a cohort program,

Pacific’s MBA program empowers students to network with classmates and professors.

Earn a Dual Healthcare/MBA Degree

Students in Pacific’s graduate programs in the College of Healthcare Professions can also enroll in the MBA in Healthcare, earning both degrees at the same time. Earning an MBA in Healthcare Management, in addition to your graduate healthcare degree, will prepare you for leadership roles in healthcare or for managing your own practice.

Why Earn an MBA While Earning Your Healthcare Degree? Earning an MBA can help you:

Learn managerial practices in the business world and in a healthcare setting.

Understand critical skills to run a modern healthcare practice

including accounting, marketing, quality and operations management, and organizational diversity and leadership.

Increase your income.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual pay for medical and health services managers in 2021 was $101,340. The top 10% of earners in this field were paid more than $205,620 that year. Plus, the Graduate Management Admission Council’s 2022 Corporate Recruiters Survey found that new MBA graduates’ starting salary was 22% to 40% more than new hires with only a bachelor’s degree.

Financial aid is available for the MBA program, including scholarships available to Pacific healthcare students. Students enrolling in the Dual MBA/Healthcare degree will submit an application for admission to the MBA program, and the additional application requirements are waived. Schedule a meeting with Alessandra Govi, the MBA admission counselor, to learn more.

Questions?
Alessandra Govi, MBA

Alessandra Govi, MBA

Assistant Director of Marketing & Admissions


Hablo Español | (she/her)

Email: govia@pacificu.edu
Call: 503-352-2187
Text: 503-558-3400 (international students, please email only)
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