MB 828 - Financial Management in Healthcare

This course provides the opportunity for students to learn about the importance of financial management for health care operations, including the development and analysis of operational and capital budgets. Students will learn budget development, evaluation of the financial status of a department or operating unit, and the ability to determine what, if any, corrective actions need to be taken. The course will also focus on methods for measuring financial performance within healthcare organizations by looking at aspects such as volume adjusted variance analysis, benefit-cost ratio analysis, breakeven analysis, and methods for building cost standards.

Semester hours: 3.0
Lecture hours: 3.0

Prerequisites:

  • MB 798 - Fundamentals of Scholarly Writing in APA

Restrictions and Notes:

  • Undergraduate accounting/finance or experience strongly recommended

Last updated: 04/28/2020