Health Care Compliance Emphasis (MBA-HCC)Master of Business Administration

The Master of Business Administration – Health Care Compliance (MBA-HCC) emphasis is offered within a partnership with the Mitchell Hamline School of Law (MHSL). Students will take the core curriculum (36 credits) of the MBA program from CSP and the 11-credit health care compliance emphasis will be delivered by Mitchell Hamline. Students will earn a Health Care Compliance Certificate from MHSL through their MBA-HCC coursework. This program, one of just 13 nationwide that is Compliance Certification Board accredited, is offered fully online.

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Master of Business Administration Curriculum Overview

The Master of Business Administration – Health Care Compliance emphasis will extend student learning into core-competencies within the growing field of health care compliance. The emphasis courses will prepare students to skillfully lead a health care organization through the complex maze of government laws and regulations, and champion an ethical corporate culture.  Students will be equipped with the strategies and tools essential to the development and implementation of an effective health care compliance program. Upon completion of the emphasis students are prepared to sit for the Compliance Certification Board’s (CCB) Certified in Health Care Compliance (CHC) Exam.

 

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MBA Core Courses (36 credits)
Course ID Course Name Credit Hours
MBA - 500 Org Leadership and Dev 3
MBA - 520 Integrated Marketing Comm 3
MBA - 510 Managerial Res Meth & Design 3
MBA - 505 Global Economics 3
MBA - 515 Applied Business Ethics 3
MBA - 525 Strategic HR Management 3
MBA - 530 Managerial Finance and Acctg 3
MBA - 535 Legal Environment for Managers 3
MBA - 610 Tools for Managerial Decision 3
MBA - 630 Topics in Global Management 3
MBA - 705 Managerial Appl Portfolio 6

This course introduces leadership in dynamic, changing organizations where customers change, technologies shift, and work processes evolve. In this course students will examine how leaders develop themselves and others and create alignment as an organization changes to meet the needs of the future

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This course will develop marketing strategy and executing diverse communication tactics critical to all enterprises. Consistency in both processes and messages is important. Students will analyze business scenarios and determine strategic objectives, target markets and messages, as well as demonstrate to use and how to apply multiple marketing tactics.

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This course examines the various research methodologies used in organizational settings. It provides an overview of quantitative and qualitative methodologies including research design, data collection and analysis, interviewing, case studies, and action science. The philosophy, ethics, and politics of management research are introduced. Students will critique published research, write a literature review, and design research studies.

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The course will apply economic theory to develop a framework to analyze and predict trade, exchange rate, environmental, health, labor and other policies. Strategies will encompass the interaction of American and global economic institutions and policy making entities such as the United States Trade Representative, Congress, Federal Reserve, WTO, and the European Union.

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This course will review and analyze popular models of ethical decision making. Readings, case studies, and special presenters will provide opportunities to investigate current ethical issues facing leaders and managers in business and organizational settings as well as critically apply various ethical theories and decision-making frameworks. Literature relative to Christian vocation, applied ethics, and value-centered leadership will be explored. Student papers and presentations will demonstrate the integration of a personal and vocational ethic.

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This course looks at human resources management from an operating manager's perspective and focuses on the key role strategic human resource management plays in the development and execution of organizational strategy. Emphasis will be placed on the cultural, behavioral, and the legal issues faced by companies as they attempt to compete in an increasingly expanding global economy. Students will work collaboratively to analyze and compare the complexities and challenges of doing business abroad as well as in the United States and discuss approaches, plans, and programs to address those issues strategically.

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This course will examine the framework and systems of current accounting and finance principles including preparation of financial statements, accounting cycles and balance sheet classifications. Students will apply these principles along with ethical responsibility and critical thinking skills to management practices of business decision making and strategic planning.

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This course integrates the treatment of law and management. It helps managers and leaders spot legal issues before they become legal problems and emphasizes developing the legal astuteness to craft solutions that attain core organizational objectives without incurring undue legal risk. Traditional legal concepts are discussed as well as current topics in developing areas of the law. An emphasis on ethical concerns stimulates understanding of how managers must incorporate considerations of ethics and social responsibility into their managerial actions

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This course will focus on how managers think clearly and make effective decisions. Students will examine and apply several models of decision-making. Innovative, critical, emotional and futuristic thinking will be explored. The students will develop their own tools to become effective decision-makers.

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This course focuses on the opportunities and threats of the complex environment of international business, with an emphasis on the unique problems involved in managing international operations. Main topics include the relevance of the foreign economic, political, legal, and cultural environment, international market analysis, international human resource management, and import/export transactions.

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The MAP is a process in which students summarize, synthesize and demonstrate knowledge, skills, and competencies as organizational managers and leaders. Students will draw from their MBA course work, career experiences and synthesizing activities to build a customized professional portfolio.

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HCC Courses (11 credits) *Health Care Compliance Certificate courses delivered by Mitchell Hamline School of Law
Course ID Course Name Credit Hours
- 3021 Health Care Compliance Institute 3
- 4160 Health Care Compliance Laws & Regulations 3
- 3023 Governance and Ethics in Health Care Compliance 2
- 3022 Health Care Compliance Skills: Auditing, Investigating, and Reporting 3

Health Care Compliance Certificate courses delivered by Mitchell Hamline School of Law.

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Health Care Compliance Certificate courses delivered by Mitchell Hamline School of Law.

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Health Care Compliance Certificate courses delivered by Mitchell Hamline School of Law.

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Health Care Compliance Certificate courses delivered by Mitchell Hamline School of Law.

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Requirements

  1. Application
  2. Submit official transcript from the regionally accredited institution stating the conferral of a Bachelor’s degree.
  3. Submit a typed personal statement that answers the questions listed below. Completed statements should be labeled with your name, academic program, and your contact information and submitted via your application portal. Each question should be answered in a minimum of 300 words (1 page).
    • Why are you choosing to pursue a graduate program at this time in your career, and what are you hoping to accomplish by doing so?
    • What strengths do you feel make you a strong candidate for the program?
    • Describe a past or present personal/professional experience that you believe positively influenced your potential to succeed in a graduate program.
    • Give an example of how you have demonstrated excellence as a leader and how it impacted your organization.
  4. Submit a current, professional resume.

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Office of Admissions
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St. Paul, MN 55104

Technology Requirements

Students enrolling at Concordia University, St. Paul must have access to a computer that meets Concordia’s technology requirements. Contact the University Help Desk at helpdesk@csp.edu or (651) 641-8866 with any questions regarding these requirements.

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