The Executive MBA Program in Health Administration at CU Denver provides practicing health care professionals with a Master of Business Administration degree with an emphasis in health administration in two years.
Now is the time to expand your horizons and develop competencies to enter the globalizing world of health services management.
The CU Denver Business School's Health Care programs are members of the prestigious Business School Alliance for Healthcare Management (BAHM), in the company of other top-ranked institutions from across the country. Dedicated to raising the profile and improving the quality of health care management education, the alliance benefits students by giving them opportunities to gain real-world management skills while participating in case-specific competitions as well as encouraging hospitals to hire alliance graduates.
Respecting your time
The program consists of intensive on-campus sessions held for one week every July and January on the Denver campus and computer-based instruction during the off-campus sessions.
This degree program draws faculty from numerous accredited health administration programs from across the country.
Drawing on this exceptionally broad resource base, the program offers you an educational environment impossible for a single institution to produce.
Faculty members are selected on the basis of how their backgrounds and experiences add to the experience of the health care professionals in the executive program.
After completing the executive program, students earn a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree with a major in health administration from the University of Colorado Denver.
A Student’s View
I was selected CEO from a nationwide search of more than 200 applicants. The executive program at CU Denver is clearly what opened the door and made this opportunity a possibility. Without the executive program I would not have the confidence, skills, and the prerequisite degree. Taking the executive program at CU Denver has proved to be one of my best decisions.
John McNeil, '96
COO, Southwestern Regional Medical Center