The Fox School of Business has offered an MBA in Healthcare Management since 1968. The Fox School’s MBA in Health Sector Management (HSM) is designed to prepare both healthcare professionals, as well as those new to the field, for innovative leadership positions in the healthcare and related industries. The oldest program in the region, the Fox MBA in HSM will help you develop and improve your leadership skills to manage and lead healthcare management organizations in our rapidly changing healthcare environment. The degree is designed for those seeking a career change to healthcare management or for those who want to elevate their healthcare careers to the next level.

Program Competencies

The MBA in Health Sector Management follows the Fox MBA competency driven curriculum. The program provides a strong foundation in the business of healthcare management designed to develop the competencies necessary to lead in today’s healthcare environment. You will be given ample opportunity to practice your new skills through experiential learning and professional development. We provide excellent student services and are proud of our completion rates, which for the past 3 years has been 100%.

Business Acumen Competencies:

  • Business Reasoning
  • Opportunity Realization
  • Team Leadership
  • Financial Acuity

Organizational Competencies:

  • Influential Communication
  • Implementation Management
  • Cross-Cultural Effectiveness
  • Ethical Management

Health Sector Management MBA students

  • 100% program completion rate for 2017 graduating class
  • 100% of 2017 graduates employed within 3 months of graduation

The Program includes options for:


The Temple University – Fox School of Business MBA Health Sector Management Concentration improves the structure, workings, delivery and outcomes of health sector systems through the education of early and mid-career leaders, managers and clinicians. The concentration provides educational opportunity with a special commitment to working students from the health sector, doing so by focusing upon a foundation of professional knowledge and the development of conceptual, analytical, technical, and ethical skills and related competencies that are required to lead, manage and transform healthcare delivery systems and structures with sound reasoning and integrity.