Health Care Management the Health Care Management major builds on the established strength of the management core to provide expertise in the unique elements and issues of the health care industry. The manager s role in health care organizations continues to grow in importance, as the rapidly changing health care industry becomes the nation s second largest employer. The Master of Science in Healthcare Management prepares graduates for management and leadership roles in a wide range of rapidly growing health related organizations, including health and hospital systems, service provider organizations, insurers and managed care companies, consulting firms, pharmaceutical companies. Hospital administration is concerned with organizing, controlling, staffing, coordinating, planning and evaluating healthcare services for the communities to offer maximum patient care of better quality at low price so as to condense morbidity and mortality. Administration or management is a science and an art like medical sciences. Professional hospital administrators have proven how institutions can be managed efficiently, economically and effectively in a targeted time period. The occupation of hospital administrators is difficult, challenging and responsible. Hospital administrators are those who manage hospitals, hospices, drug-abuse treatment centers and outpatient clinics. In reputed hospitals, there may be a number of administrators, one for each department. Eligibility : UG: 3 Years For admission into a under graduate program a candidate must have passed intermediate 10+2 from a recognized institute. PG : 2 Years For admission into a post graduate program the eligibility criteria varies depending upon the course and the college. Some might require graduates with/without MBA entrance exam scores.