MBA offered in Columbia by William Woods University
|9/9/2009||Mary Ann Beahon|
|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE||(573) 592-1127|
In a continuing effort to meet the needs of working adults, William Woods University is offering Columbia area residents the opportunity to pursue a master of business administration (MBA) degree with an emphasis in health management or human resources.
The programs will begin with an orientation at 6 p.m. Sept. 17 at the Columbia site, 3100 Falling Leaf Court.
Prospective students are encouraged to contact the university’s Graduate & Adult Studies program prior to then, but walk-ins will be accepted. Call 1-800-995-3199 or contact WWU by e-mail at AdultEd@WilliamWoods.edu.
The MBA health management degree is a 36-hour degree program designed to equip the healthcare management professional with focused skills and knowledge for professional practice. This is a 19-22 month MBA with four specific healthcare courses integrated into the program: Overview of Healthcare Management, Legal Aspects of Healthcare Management, Healthcare Economics and Healthcare Human Resources.
The human resources concentration is a 36-hour program designed to equip the student with a broad array of skills and knowledge for professional practice. It is intended for the professional who is involved in management decisions and practices that directly affect or influence the people who work for the organization. The program focuses on three distinct areas of human resources: Employment Law and Labor Relations; Compensation and Benefits, and Performance Management, Training and Development.
In addition to the MBA, William Woods offers several other Graduate & Adult Studies programs, including the ACCESS program of general education, an associate of arts degree in liberal studies, a B.S. in management (BSM), a BSM with human resources emphasis and a B.S. in paralegal studies.
Graduate programs include a master of education (M.Ed.) in administration, curriculum/instruction or athletics/activities administration and a specialist of education (Ed.S.) in school administration or curriculum leadership.