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Since 1961, the College of Business Administration has provided excellence in higher education, research, community leadership and service. From its renowned business programs to community-involved faculty to acclaimed research centers, students are
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HealthCare ManagementBachelor of Science in Health Care Management

Interested in a future in Health Care Management? Enroll in the B.S. in Health Care Management today! Contact Dr. Don Zimmerman at 280-6966 or

Apply MBAApply for your MBA

Applications are now being accepted. Contact the Office of MBA and Health Care Programs to find out more at 280-3215. The UNO MBA program – where the determined succeed!

Hear from our graduates:

As a result of my MBA and my interactions with classmates and professors, I have become more adept at critically assessing business operations from an efficiency and quality standpoint as well as articulating a business case for implementing process change that will bring added value to my clients both operationally and financially.

William Johnson – Class of 2014

As a result of completing my MBA, I am pursing career paths that would not have been achievable without the MBA degree and the help from the staff and faculty of UNO.

Abraham Baber – Class of 2013

The MBA at UNO allowed me to rise to increasing levels of responsibility and therefore compensation during my time at LSUHSC-New Orleans. Having the skill sets of better understanding of accounting, finance and strategic planning resulted in my ability to both communicate and lead in the organization, especially outside of the areas of medicine. Because of these skill sets, I was able to retire at age 60 and enjoy the fruits of my labor earlier than many of my colleagues.

Thomas E Nolan, MD, MBA, FACOG, FACP- Class of 1998

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