Develop essential leadership and decision-making skills to be an effective contributor
in the ever-changing American healthcare environment. Topics of study include qualitative
and quantitative courses with concentration course work in health policy, healthcare
payment systems, and quality improvement in healthcare.
This graduate program combines online learning with part or full-time study and four academic terms to create a flexible and personalized program designed for working professionals. Course concepts are presented in practical and quantitative terms, so they can be applied to the workplace immediately.
Alumni Success Stories
Adrienne D'Ascanio graduated from the Master of Business Administration in Health Administration from Franklin Pierce in 2013. While working to receive her MBA, D'Ascanio pursued her career at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in the NICU and Center for Nursing Research and Quality Outcomes. She continues to work at Dana-Faber Cancer Institute as the Manager of Clinical Operations.Adrienne D'Ascanio, MBA '13
Manager of Clinical Operations, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
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