South Carolina State University to Offer New MBA Program in North Charleston

Historically Black South Carolina State University has announced that it will offer an MBA program with a healthcare management concentration at the Lowcountry Graduate Center in North Charleston, South Carolina. Designed for professionals, classes will be held in the evening and on weekends as well as online.

Nancy Muller, director of the Lowcountry Graduate Center, stated that “the healthcare industry in the United States is experiencing dramatic growth and now represents the nation’s largest private industry sector. We are delighted to be able to support South Carolina State University in serving the healthcare management talent needs in the Charleston area and welcome them as our newest academic partner.”

Barbara Adams, interim dean of South Carolina State University’s School of Business, added that “the healthcare management concentration was developed to equip its graduates with the understanding and tools needed to manage people and technology in an ever-changing but increasingly integrated environment focused on the patient’s efficient access to cost-effective, quality care.”

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