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TWU’s Executive MBA program is designed for managers and professionals who want to improve their managerial and business skills while enhancing their career options. The Health Systems emphasis provides a foundation in the design and operation of health care organizations. The program has the following characteristics:

A Degree Format that Works for You

  • All HSM courses are taught at the TWU-Dallas campus in the full-semester format.
  • EMBA courses may be taken in an online format or in the hybrid format at convenient locations in the DFW metro area.

Admission Requirements

    Courses

    Total Hours Required: 36

    • HSM 5003 Management of Health Services Organizations
    • HSM 5033 Health Care Human Resource Management
    • BUS 5133 Marketing Management
    • HSM 5183 Health Care Resources and Policy Analysis
    • BUS 5243 Administrative Managerial Finance
    • BUS 5433 Managerial Accounting
    • BUS 5523 Management and Organization
    • BUS 5663 Managerial Decision Making
    • BUS 5893 Applied Business Environment
    • BUS 5933 Business Ethics and Legal Environment
    • BUS 5963 Management of Operations
    • Any BUS or HSM Elective

    Course Selection

    Students enrolled in 9 credit hours per semester at the Graduate level are considered “fulltime” students.

    The selection of courses for any given term should be consistent with your personal and professional goals.

    • If you wish to move through the program as quickly as possible, you may enroll in 3 courses per academic term and complete the program in 4 semesters. 
    • If you wish to enroll in 1 or 2 courses per semester, you likely will complete the program in 6-10 semesters (18-36 months). 

    In general, you may take courses in any order, with 2 caveats:

    • It is recommended that students complete BUS 5433, Managerial Accounting, prior to enrollment in BUS 5243, Administrative Managerial Finance.
    • BUS 5893 must be taken in the final semester before you plan to graduate. 

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