CBM MBA’s Specialization in Health and Hospital Management program is designed for MBA students who are committed to building their career as health managers and decision makers. The specialization focuses on creative and critical thinking, decision making, team building and entrepreneurial skills that can generate market driven results. The department of Health and Hospital Management provides an environment of continual learning and development of the health and managerial expertise of its students and faculty. It continuously refines the needs, demands and expectations of the healthcare industry. The department uses state of the art teaching methodologies for capacity-building of future healthcare leaders who are trained to be sensitive to the needs of society, and to promote ethical practice of the health care business with the objective of serving the community and the nation.

Students selecting the domain based specialization in Health and Hospital Management are expected to have completed the 30 credit hours of foundation stage of the MBA program. Specialization stage consists of 42 credit hours of course work covering strategic and operational areas. These include courses in the area of Marketing Strategy, Strategic Finance, Strategic Management, Leadership, Technology/Operations, Entrepreneurship, Organizational Processes, Analytics of Decision Making, etc. These courses are specifically designed by the department with a focus on health and hospital management. During the specialization stage, students take 12 credit hours of strategy courses, 9 credit hours of operational level courses, and 12 credit hours of elective courses. The strategy, operational and elective courses help prepare graduates for the provision of necessary expertise to manage health services effectively and develop technically competent and socially sensitive managers for leadership roles in global health systems hospitals, the NGO sector, pharmaceutical industries and population programs. In addition students select two real life Capstone Projects (6 credit hours) in their area of specialization during their final year.

MBA track for specialization in health and hospital management as well as the foundation stage is only available during the weekends. Candidates must select the specialization at the time of filing the application. The required and elective courses for the entire track are given below:

Courses are divided into
Click here to view COURSE STRUCTURE.

Required Courses

Accounting Human Resource Management Communication Management
ACC419
Financial Accounting
HRM410
Managing Human Capital
COM402
Business Communication
MAN418
Management and Organizational Dynamics
Finance Core Health Courses Marketing Capstone Project
FIN408 Theory and Practice of Financial Management
FIN411 Finance for Entrepreneurial Ventures
Elective Business Courses*
MHM529
Health Policy and Analytics for Decision Making
MHM530
Quantitative Analysis
MHM531
Health Management Information Systems
MHM532
Research and Survey Methodology
MHM533
Business and Health Economics
MHM534
Health Psychology
MHM601
Strategic Management of Health Services
MHM602
Health Service Delivery and Operation Management
MHM603
Health Ethics, Law and Jurisprudence
MHM604
Healthcare Leadership
MKT402
Marketing Management
MKT610
Marketing Strategies and Value Innovation
BPR601
Capstone Project I
BPR602
Capstone Project II

Elective Health Courses

MHM605 Financial Management of Health Services
MHM606 Concepts of Primary Healthcare
MHM607 Introduction to Epidemiology
MHM608 Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance
MHM609 Marketing of Health Services
MHM610 Population and Health
MHM611 Environmental Health Assessment & Management
MHM612 Hospital Administration
MHM613 Regulatory Affairs at Healthcare Industries
MHM614 Product Management
MHM615 Pharmaceutical Sales Management
MHM616 Project Management of Health Services
MHM617 Seminar in Health Policy Management
MHM618 Health Communications
MHM619 Healthcare Human Resource Management
MHM621 Supply Chain & Prod. Mgmt. in Pharma. Inds.
MHM622 Quality Management in Healthcare
MHM623 Pharmaceutical Branding
MHM624 Occupational Health and Safety
MHM625 Knowledge Management for Health Managers
MHM626 Workplace Well-being for Healthcare Managers

Elective Business Courses

MAJORS IN
Accounting Marketing Finance and Banking Human Resource Management
ACC302
Accounting and Financial Information Systems
ACC505
Auditing
ACC506
Analysis of Financial Statements
ACC520
Managerial Analysis and Decision Making
ACC521
International Finance Reporting Standards
ACC522
Strategic Management Accounting
ACC523
Financial Regulatory Requirements for Business
ACC524
Corporate Governance and Reporting
MKT501
Strategic Marketing and Planning
MKT602
Marketing Analytics
MKT605
Pricing Models and Strategies
MKT611
Integrated Marketing Communications
MKT613
Marketing of Financial Services
MKT615
Brand Management
MKT618
Advertising Management and Strategy
MKT621
Marketing Strategies for Emerging Economies
MKT622
Marketing Strategies for Bottom of the Pyramid (BOP)
MKT623
Pharmaceutical Marketing & Quality Assurance
MKT625
Business to Business Marketing
MKT626
Marketing for Social Impact
MKT627
Future Marketing Technologies
MKT628
Competitive Strategies
MKT629
B2B Sales by Simulation/Gamification
FIN602
Behavioral Finance
FIN603
Entrepreneurial Finance
FIN608
Project Appraisal
FIN610
Debt and Equity Markets
FIN612
SME and Micro-Financing
FIN613
Financial Modeling for Investment Decisions
FIN630
Options, Swaps and Futures
FIN631
Applied Corporate Finance
FIN632
Fixed Income Securities
FIN633
Mergers, Acquisitions and Restructuring
FIN634
Enterprise Risk Management
FIN635
Risk Management with Derivatives
HRM607
Recruitment and Selection
HRM608
Industrial Relations and Labor Laws
HRM609
Employee Training and Development
HRM610
Negotiation Skills
HRM611
Organizational Change and Development
HRM612
Strategic Human Resource Management
HRM615
Leadership Studies
HRM614
Salary and Compensation
HRM616
Performance Appraisal and Management
HRM617
HR Analytics
Management Logistics and Supply Chain Management Development Studies Islamic Banking and Finance
MAN610
Environmental Issues and Management
MAN611
Project Management
MAN613
Corporate Governance
MAN614
Comparative Management
MAN615
Corporate Social Responsibility
SCM601
Quantitative Methods in Production and Logistics
SCM602
Business Process Mgmt. in Supply Chain & Logistics
SCM603
IT Applications in Logistics
SCM604
Packaging Design and Environmental Aspects
SCM605
Supply Chain Management
SCM606
ERP Systems Design and Implementation
SCM607
Strategic Supply Chain Management
SCM608
Procurement and Inventory Management
SCM609
Storage and Warehouse Techniques
SCM610
Transportation Techniques and Management
SCM611
Sustainability & Env. Aspects in Managing Supply Chains
SCM612
Risk Management in Supply Networks
SCM613
Innovation Management in Supply Chain and Logistics
SCM614
Corporate Consultancy Project in Logistics
SCM615
Contract Management for Supply Chain & Negotiations
SCM616
Life Cycle Enterprise Asset Management
SCM617
Mobile Commerce and Mobile Logistics
SCM618
Aviation Logistics Supply chain Management
SCM619
Humanitarian Logistics Supplychain Management
SCM620
Supply Chain Project Management
SCM621
Lean Construction Supply chain Management
SSC601
Dimensions of Development
SSC602
Development Sociology
PDE703
Development Economics
STA601
Development Statistics and Research Methodology
MAN607
Project and Planning Management
ISF601
Economics for Islamic Finance
ISF602
Islamic Banking Practices
ISF603
Accounting for Islamic Finance
ISF604
Islamic Financial Services Marketing
ISF605
Islamic Capital Markets
ISF606
International Islamic Finance Standards
FRM514
Takaful and Risk Management in Islamic Products

Course Structure

FOUNDATION STAGE
Semester One Semester Two Semester Three
Health Policy and Analytics for Decision Making
Quantitative Analysis (QA / Bio statistics)
Management and Organizational Dynamics
Business Communication
Research and Survey Methodology
Health Management Information Systems
Health Psychology
Financial Accounting
Theory and Practice of Financial Management
Managing Human Capital
Marketing Management
Business and Health Economics
MBA STAGE
Semester Four Semester Five Semester Six
Strategic Management of Health Services
Health Service Delivery and Operation Management
Health Ethics, Law and Jurisprudence
Finance for Entrepreneurial Ventures
Marketing Strategies and Value Innovation
Healthcare Leadership
Health Elective I
Capstone Project I
Business Elective I
Business Elective II
Health Elective II
Health Elective III
Capstone Project II