120 Credits
8 Semesters
2 Years and 8 Months

Enrollment Options

Full-time / Part-time

Classes Offered

Onsite / Hybrid

The BBA in Healthcare Systems Management from Metropolitan College of New York will help you gain the skills you need to meet the healthcare industry’s increasing demand for well-rounded, business-minded managers. It combines business coursework with healthcare curricula to develop a broad range of financial, managerial, business, and technical skills.

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The program requires 120 credits to graduate, spans eight purposes (semesters) for 14-week duration each semester, and can be completed in two years and eight months. The eight purposes of this track comprise of Self-Assessment & Career Development, Developing Professional Relationships in Healthcare, Healthcare Quality Management, Assessing Community Healthcare Needs, Marketing Healthcare, Managing Human Resources in Healthcare, Managing Fiscal and Economic Resources in Healthcare, and Developing a Business Plan in Healthcare Services.

The Purpose-based Constructive Action each purpose constitutes practicum in the form of a live project to integrate and utilize the knowledge and skills acquired in the five-dimension courses of each purpose: Constructive Action, Self and Others, Values and Ethics, Systems, and Skills.

Real-World Skills You’ll Learn in this Program

  • Learn how to plan, organize, staff, direct healthcare business objectives.

  • Gain skills essential to understand Medical Terminology used in a health-care related field.

  • Get experience presenting information using a variety of media and platforms.

  • Discover how to navigate management issues in a variety of organizational settings.

  • Understand the basics of health insurance, claim forms, and guidelines for claims submission.

  • Find out how to assess, measure, and improve healthcare services.

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This Degree is Practical

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that employment of medical and health services managers is projected to grow 32 percent from 2020 to 2030, much faster than the average for all occupations.

About 51,800 openings for medical and health services managers are projected each year, on average, over the decade.

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Join more than 12,000 alumni who have made a positive impact on human services, education, business, and public administration through their Constructive Action projects. Find out how they got their start at MCNY and what they did to solve real-world challenges in their work.

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