Healthcare administration continues to attract students to local business schools, experts say, and cross-disciplinary curricula are gaining in popularity.
“Our healthcare MBA is still very hot,” said Luis Casas, director of marketing, communications and recruiting for Florida International University’s College of Business Administration.
FIU started the program in the fall of 2010, he said, and due to its popularity “we’ve already opened up a new group for the spring of 2011, and are recruiting for another group that will start in the fall.”
Accounting is also popular, he said, “and all our graduates get hired.”
FIU’s Downtown Center, which recently planned a move from the Macy’s building downtown to 1101 Brickell, offers professional MBA programs for executives, Mr. Casas said finance and international real estate are hot fields.
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Read: “MBA students leaning to healthcare, finance, cross-discipline study,“ an article by Miami Today.