Master of Business Administration

Health Care Informatics Certificate

As the health care industry continues to grow and evolve across the state of Tennessee, industry professionals are looking to supplement their health care knowledge with the business acumen that they need to excel in a management capacity.

Tennessee Tech has the resources and expertise needed to serve the growing needs of health care professionals by offering an MBA program track that has been specifically tailored to the needs of the industry.

In collaboration with the College of Interdisciplinary Studies, the College of Business is offering students the opportunity to add a Certificate in Health Care Informatics (offered through the School of Professional Studies) to their resume by double-counting MBA credit toward both a master’s degree and a graduate certificate.

  • DS 6570 - Cyber Security Management

    The objective of this course is to provide students with a solid foundation and best practices for policy, governance, risk management and compliance with respect to an organization’s information technology and resources.

  • DS 6900 - Special Topics - Healthcare Analytics
    A case course dealing with current topics in business.
  • ECON 6900 - Special Topics - Economics of Healthcare

    A case course dealing with current topics in business.

  • EMGT 6210 - Project Management 1

    Prerequisite: EMGT 6100-Introduction to Engineering Management and undergraduate Calculus-Based Probability and Statistics course. Comprehensive understanding of the fundamentals of project management as applied to scientific or technological organizations; including project planning, organizing, staffing, scheduling, budgeting and controlling. 

  • PRST 6570 - Public Health

    The focus of this course is to explore the history and impact of public health initiatives in the United States and globally. Students will become familiar with public and private organized measures to prevent disease, promote health, and increase the quality of life among diverse populations. Students will learn to assess and monitor the overall health of populations, and use data to contribute to public health policy.

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