D.O./Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)

New York Institute of Technology has developed a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) program that allows College of Osteopathic Medicine students the opportunity to complete an online M.B.A. degree program, offered by the School of Management, while pursuing their D.O. degree. Enrollment in this concurrent degree program is contingent upon College of Osteopathic Medicine approval.

The online M.B.A. degree program enhances the graduate's efficiency and skills as a clinician by equipping them for the business side of medicine. Students learn to effectively manage resources such as time, money, equipment, and personnel, and prepare to cope with practice management, HMOs, and the administration of academic healthcare centers, hospitals, and clinical departments. The curriculum is contextualized for health care management and consists of nine credits of waivable program core, 21 credits of non-waivable program core, six credits of electives, and a three-credit capstone course.

Entrance Requirements

An applicant must have successfully matriculated and completed their first year at the College of Osteopathic Medicine, as well as have the College of Osteopathic Medicine's approval to apply for the program. Students who have not completed the required undergraduate accounting, economics, or computer-related courses will be scheduled to complete them at the onset of the program.

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