Build Business Knowledge for Your Role in Healthcare
Two UT Tyler alumnae, Michelle Corn and Laura Bailey, say graduating with an MBA in healthcare is paying off: They have new leadership skills and increased confidence, and they make more effective decisions. Their success stories can inspire you to achieve your career goals while working full-time. As a healthcare industry professional, you know how fast things are changing, and that means you must update your skills. To ensure you remain marketable, employed and competitive, consider enrolling in the UT Tyler online program for an MBA in healthcare.
Michelle Corn, MBA: Online Healthcare-focused MBA Worked Well
Michelle wanted to improve her decision-making as a business professional and turned to UT Tyler online. Her husband supported her MBA in healthcare goal. As a working professional with a full life, she discovered the online format was a “good fit.” Broadening her “knowledge of the business world” and making better decisions are two outcomes the May 2014 MBA in Healthcare Management graduate is enjoying.
Laura Bailey, MBA, BSN, RN: Remained Home in Michigan and Obtained MBA
Laura’s primary reason for pursuing an MBA was to become better prepared to lead her “hospital into the future.” The Grand Rapids, Michigan nurse achieved that after graduating in May 2014, with the MBA in Healthcare Management. She did not have to relocate her family from Michigan to Texas because of UT Tyler’s online MBA in healthcare. Laura now has the tools and education to make “educated decisions” as her hospital navigates the new realities in healthcare.
“Best in Texas”: U.S. News & World Report
UT Tyler’s online MBA in Healthcare program is ranked as one of the top 25 of its kind by thebestschools.org. The program is one of the best in Texas because of its quality faculty, types of courses available, awards, rankings and accreditation. UT Tyler is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and the business school is fully accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).
Whether you are a nurse, a healthcare executive, a university or college educator or a healthcare practitioner, you must meet the demand for updated knowledge and new skills. By enrolling in an online MBA program specializing in healthcare, you can still work while achieving your goal, giving you the option to study wherever, whenever.
Learn more about the UT Tyler online MBA in Healthcare Management program.