Management, with a focus on health care
Over the past decade, the health care industry has added 2.6 million jobs nationwide.
Health care's employment growth rate was 22.7 percent in that time. All other industries? A mere 2.1 percent.
When it comes to the future of business, health care is among the most dynamic fields. Not just in terms of hiring. In terms of innovation. Technology. Vast markets. New discoveries.
The Lincoln Center's management concentration is focused on health care for all those reasons and more.
Students who graduate with this concentration will be marketable to a broad range of employers in the for-profit, government and nonprofit sectors, such as:
- Large corporations: pharmaceutical, biotechnology, insurance
- Hospitals and clinics
- Corporate and health-care consulting
- Government and regulatory agencies
- Providers of large-scale computer systems
The concentration goes beyond health care, however. When Fordham faculty developed this program, the idea was that students would become skilled in the general principles of management — so that if their careers took them outside of the health field, they would be as well equipped to lead in any other niche.
Courses students might take include:
- Globalization, Health Care and Marketing
- Health Care Information Technology
- Multinational Health Care Delivery System Management
- Multinational Human Resources Strategies in Health Care
- Health Care Finance
For more information about this concentration, contact the area chair of management, Professor Falguni Sen, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about admission to the Lincoln Center program, please contact Fordham's Office of Admission.