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Healthcare leaders today will need a distinct educational preparation for the challenges of the future. The Jindal School of Management provides nationally recognized leadership and education for healthcare leaders of tomorrow.
Our faculty includes dedicated healthcare leaders and experienced professional practitioners. The combination provides our students with a unique educational experience that prepares them for careers in hospitals, clinics, revenue cycle, supply management or other healthcare professions.Meet the BS in Healthcare Management faculty
Internships and Experiential Learning
The Bachelor’s in Healthcare Management curriculum emphasizes internship experiences, community engagement, and applied learning opportunities such as competitions, case studies, and more.
The Naveen Jindal School of Management offers students the tools to graduate with real-world experiences and prepares them to start their career journey. The Career Management Center offers a wide array of services to help students find internships, jobs, and learn how to navigate the job market.
The Bachelor’s in Healthcare Management includes support and resources for students in the program to find their passion and develop the skills needed for a successful career in healthcare.Graduate with the experiences needed to start your career
Choose from a wide career path.
As the need for healthcare grows, so do your career possibilities.
Healthcare is a values-driven industry rich with opportunities to make a difference through a rewarding career, and the rapid changes increase the need for the next generation of leaders. The UT Dallas Bachelor’s in Healthcare Management prepares both business and pre-health students with the management fundamentals and skills required by current and evolving industry standards.Learn about careers in Healthcare Management
$52 Billion Dollar Industry
Healthcare is equivalent to a $52 Billion Dollars Industry in Dallas-Fort Worth and makes up 15% of the Job Sector.
Median Annual Wage
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage for medical and health services managers was $100,980 in May 2019.
Graduates of the Healthcare Management Program seek careers in varied areas, including:
- Clinic Management
- Consulting in Healthcare
- Health Insurance
- Healthcare Information Technology
- Healthcare Policy
- Home Health Services
- Hospital Administration
- Quality Assurance and Compliance
Discover how Healthcare Management faculty are researching, publishing, speaking and engaging in the business community. The authors of these articles also include Healthcare Management students, staff and friends.
Written by Timothy Stephens
Electronic medical records are digitized records of clinical services provided to a patient by a provider — a digitized copy of a patient’s medical charts. Electronic health records are interconnected databases.
Written by Keith Thurgood
One of the biggest challenges in the healthcare system is leading with effective change. In response, the Jindal School has taken on the challenge and launched a new master’s degree program for healthcare professionals seeking additional education.
Written by Mehmet Ayvaci
Innovative use of technology in responding to the COVID-19 crisis is unprecedented. Tech in the U.S. is putting its resources, such as machine learning and cloud capabilities, to study patient blood samples. The goal is to innovate.
Written by Gaby Mokry
What’s the measure of a community? Dr. Britt Berrett shares with us the trajectory of healthcare management in the industry.
Written by Jimmie Markham
Below you’ll find a list of all our episodes so far. We’ve been actively producing podcasts and sharing them on all regular podcasting platforms. Going forward, we’ll be linking our podcast episodes here so you have the chance to check them out.
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