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The majority of the Health Care Management classes are held in Kirchman Hall on UNO Lakefront Campus. Classes are also offered at LSU Health Science Center.
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Masters of Science in Health Care Management

Career health care professionals who want to improve their prospects for advancement, network with other health care professionals, and improve their understanding of this dynamic industry can study business fundamentals in the health care industry. This program is designed to prepare health care professionals to prosper in the 21st century. The curriculum provides students with a unique blend of knowledge that bridges the world of health care and the world of finance, marketing, accounting, and management.
The objective of this advanced training is to enable graduate students to manage more effectively at a managerial or executive level in both public and private health care settings. This interdisciplinary program involves faculty from the College of Business Administration of the University of New Orleans, the Louisiana State University Health Science Center-New Orleans, and lecturers from the health care field.

Program Benefits
• Acquire skills necessary to prosper in the increasingly competitive health care field
• A highly focused program
• All evening courses
• Short-time commitment
• Affordable state university tuition
• Focused emphasis on business practices in public and private health-care settings
• No thesis or dissertation required
• Excellent networking benefits
• Top flight faculty from UNO and LSUHSC
• Personalized attention
• Excellent return on investment

Executive Masters of Business Administration (EMBA), M.S. in Health Care Management

Important Dates

December 12
Final examinations end.

December 14
Deadline for graduate students who received "incompletes" in the previous Summer session to complete course work. "I" grades are changed to "F" after this date.

December 15
Final grades available on WebSTAR (9 A.M.).

December 18
COMMENCEMENT (Lakefront Arena, 3:00 P.M. Further information can be found at registrar.uno.edu/commencement.)

December 24-January 1
University Closed

January 5
University offices reopen

January 8

LATE REGISTRATION begins. Students failing to make financial arrangements with the University by January 7 will have to re-enroll. A Late Registration Fee of $150 applies as of this date.

January 12
Regular classes begin, except Saturday classes–see January 10.

Late Registration Course Add or Swap Fee of $50 applies for all Late Registration Course Additions and Course/Section swaps.


January 16
Last date of schedule adjustment period (with fee penalty) at 11:59 P.M.

Final date to drop course(s) and receive 100% refund. After this date, there is no refund for drops.

Final date to resign. (withdraw from all courses) and receive 100% refund (less $50 and any appropriate nonrefundable fees). (WEBSTAR turned off at 4:30 P.M.)

Final date to receive a parking decal refund.

New and remake ID cards available in CC 112 from 8:30AM-4:00PM Monday through Friday (until 6:00PM on Tuesdays) for the rest of the semester.

Final Date to add courses, change sections, or change from audit to credit.


Important Dates

To view more important dates, please visit the UNO Registrar's website, Office of the Registrar.



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