Graduate Healthcare Industry Emphases

The BYU Marriott School of Business’ graduate programs all offer a healthcare industry emphasis. For additional information for each program’s requirements, see details below. For additional questions, please contact Emily Vela Nelson.

Masters of Accountancy (MAcc)

  • For the 2022-23 academic year, the healthcare emphasis for MAcc students in both the tax and professional stems is listed below:
  • For questions regarding MAcc courses/scheduling, please contact Julie Averett.

CourseClass TitleRequired*Credits
ACC 588 (F/W)Healthcare Industry DynamicsRequired3.0
MSB 589R (F/W)Healthcare Leadership Lecture SeriesRequired1.0
HLTH 316 (F/W)Health Systems PolicyElective3.0
HLTH 425 (F/W)Working with Vulnerable & Diverse PopulationsElective3.0
MSB 682 (F)Healthcare Delivery ManagementElective3.0
MSB 683 (F)Healthcare Law and RegulationsElective3.0
MSB 685R (F/W)Healthcare Industry ResearchElective3.0
MSB 686 (W)Healthcare FinanceElective3.0

*Completion of two elective courses is required


Masters of Business Administration (MBA)

  • For the 2022-23 academic year, the healthcare emphasis for MBA students is listed below:
  • For questions regarding MBA courses/scheduling, please contact Christine Roundy.

CourseClass TitleRequired*Credits
MBA 588 (F/W)Healthcare Industry DynamicsRequired3.0
MSB 589R (F/W)Healthcare Leadership Lecture SeriesRequired1.0
HLTH 316 (F/W)Health Systems PolicyElective3.0
HLTH 425 (F/W)Working with Vulnerable & Diverse PopulationsElective3.0
MSB 682 (F)Healthcare Delivery ManagementElective3.0
MSB 683 (F)Healthcare Law and RegulationsElective3.0
MSB 685R (F/W)Healthcare Industry ResearchElective3.0
MSB 686 (W)Healthcare FinanceElective3.0

Notes:


*Completion of two elective courses is required

You may propose alternative electives that have significant healthcare-related projects or components

  • A combined total of 7.5 hours may be taken in MBA 690R-all sections-and MBA 693R, section 1. MBA Students can enroll in up to 6 credit hours of MBA 693R, section 1, during the MBA program, but no more than 3 credit hours per semester.
  • You must seek prior approval from Christine Roundy for any non-MBA courses you want counted towards your MBA. There is a 9 credit hour limit of 300 and/or 400 level courses that count towards your MBA. Online and Independent Study courses cannot count towards your MBA
  • 18.5 credit hours is the registration limit per semester

DISCLAIMER: The classes on this chart are subject to change.


Master of Information Systems (MISM)

  • For the 2022-23 academic year, the healthcare emphasis for Master of Information Systems students is listed below:
  • For questions regarding MISM courses/scheduling, please contact Caroline Thorne.

CourseClass TitleRequired*Credits
IS 588 (F/W)Healthcare Industry DynamicsRequired3.0
MSB 589R (F/W)Healthcare Leadership Lecture SeriesRequired1.0
IS 555 (1st Fall)Advanced Data Analytics for OrganizationsRequired3.0
IS 552 (2nd Winter)MISM Capstone ProjectRequired3.0
HLTH 316 (F/W)Health Systems PolicyElective3.0
HLTH 425 (F/W)Working with Vulnerable & Diverse PopulationsElective3.0
IS 585R (F/W)Healthcare Industry ResearchElective3.0
MSB 682 (F)Healthcare Delivery ManagementElective3.0
MSB 683 (F)Healthcare Law and RegulationsElective3.0
MSB 686 (W)Healthcare FinanceElective3.0

*Completion of two elective courses is required


Masters of Public Administration (MPA)

  • For the 2022-23 academic year, the healthcare emphasis for MPA students is listed below:
  • For questions regarding MPA courses/scheduling, please contact Heather Chewning.

CourseClass TitleRequired*Credits
MPA 588 (F/W)Healthcare Industry DynamicsRequired3.0
MSB 589R (F/W)Healthcare Leadership Lecture SeriesRequired1.0
HLTH 316 (F/W)Health Systems PolicyElective3.0
HLTH 425 (F/W)Working with Vulnerable & Diverse PopulationsElective3.0
MSB 682 (F)Healthcare Delivery ManagementElective3.0
MSB 683 (F)Healthcare Law and RegulationsElective3.0
MSB 685R (F/W)Healthcare Industry ResearchElective3.0
MSB 686 (W)Healthcare FinanceElective3.0

Notes:


*Completion of two elective courses is required