All of our business programs are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International), the world’s premier accrediting body for management education. AACSB accreditation assures students that the MBA program meets high quality standards in relation to faculty, curriculum, and supporting services.
The MBA program at MetroHealth Medical Center features the same curriculum and the same exceptional faculty as the MBA program at our main campus. We are proud of the 96% graduation rate among students in our corporate MBA programs.
The MBA program consists of foundation and advanced courses. Foundation courses are prerequisites (Levels I & II) designed to introduce students to the major functions in business including accounting, economics, finance, organizational behavior, marketing, business ethics, and operations management. Advanced courses (Level III) include functional core, integrative courses, and three electives. Please note that Level I courses are not offered at the MetroHealth location.
These three groups of required courses are the heart of the MBA curriculum:Group A: Functional Core
|Course Name||Credit Hours|
|ACT 600 Managerial Accounting||
|FIN 601 Financial Management||
|MKT 601 Marketing Management||
|MLR 601 Human Resources Management & Labor Relations||
Group B: Integrative Core
|Course Name||Credit Hours|
|MBA 600 Team Dynamics||
|MBA 602 International Business||
|MBA 603 Management of Innovation and Technology||
|MBA 660 Integrative Business Strategy||
Group C: Electives
A minimum of 9 hours of electives is required. Courses can be taken from any functional business area (ACT/IST/FIN/MKT/MLR/OSM) or from cross-functional courses in International Business. Only one 500 level course may be applied towards the elective requirement. Level I and II prerequisite courses may not be used as MBA electives.
The MBA at MetroHealth Medical Center features a combination of accelerated 5-week and 10-week formats. Students with undergraduate business degrees may complete the MBA program in 15 months. Students with no business prerequisites can still complete the full program in approximately 2½ years.
Links to the program schedule may be viewed within the green section located to the right of this page (labeled MetroHealth MBA schedule).
The graduate admission application process involves three steps:
1) submission of an admission application and one-time application fee
2) submission of official transcripts of colleges/university where baccalaureate degree was earned
3) submission of either GMAT or GRE scores (not required for students holding a Ph.D. or medical degree).
Admission is based on the candidate’s undergraduate GPA and the GMAT/GRE score. Candidates who have a Ph.D. or M.D. are not required to take the GMAT/GRE.
Please note that interested students are applying to the MBA program and not to the MBA in Health Care Administration program.
MBA courses offered at the MetroHealth location are open to non-employees of the MetroHealth Medical Center.
All registration requests must be sent to the Graduate Advising Office at email@example.com. All registration requests must include the following information: 1) CSU ID number and 2) course number(s) requested for registration (ex. MKT 601).
The current tuition and fee structure from the CSU Office of Treasury Services. The Ahuja MBA offers affordable tuition through one of the best educational values in Northeast Ohio.
MetroHealth employees are eligible for two special scholarships: a one-time $1,000 scholarship if the minimum undergraduate GPA is 3.5 and the GMAT/GRE score is 575; or a one-time $500 scholarship if the minimum undergraduate GPA is 3.25 and the GMAT/GRE score is 550.
The GMAT or GRE is required for all scholarship applicants.
Classroom locations for Spring 2013:
All classes will be held in the Scott Auditorium. Please refer to the MetroHealth map for the exact location.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How do I register for courses?
Q. Where are the MetroHealth MBA courses located?
A: 2500 MetroHealth Drive, Cleveland, OH 44109.
Q. How do I begin the reimbursement process for MetroHealth employees?
A. Detailed information, including the necessary forms, may be found at http://www.csuohio.edu/offices/treasuryservices/pay/plans/index.html#tuition. For specific questions regarding payment options and/or third-party reimbursement, please contact Campus 411 by telephone at 216.687.5411 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q. How do I obtain my textbooks?
A. You may purchase your textbooks online at http://www.csuohiobookstore.com/ or by visiting the CSU Bookstore.
Q. When do Summer 2013 classes begin?
A. Monday, April, 2013
Q. Are classes held during recognized CSU holidays?
Q. Where is parking?
A. Parking is available in lots near the Rammelkamp Building, including directly across from the two towers.
For more information regarding the MBA program at MetroHealth Medical Center, please contact the Graduate Advising Office by telephone at 216.687.3730 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Questions regarding the admission process should be directed to Graduate Admissions by telephone at 216.687-5599 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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