Texas Christian University’s newest graduate degree aims to educate students on the business side of health care.
TCU’s Neeley School of Business announced Thursday that the university will add a Health Care Master of Business Administration degree. Classes begin August 2016 and will take place in the evening.
TCU will partner with the faculty at the University of North Texas Health Science Center (UNTHSC) to teach health care courses, as well as host research seminars and other events. Along with faculty from UNTHSC, courses will also be taught by Keith Argenbright, director of the Moncrief Cancer Institute, and Winjie Miao, system integration officer at Texas Health Resources. Students will take a combination of health and business courses.
Information can be found on the Neeley School’s website.