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Harding University Fifth Among Best Graduate Degrees in Healthcare Management in the South

Harding University's Graduate School of Business was named as one of the top southern colleges for a graduate degree in healthcare management in recent Healthcare Management Degree Guide ranking.

Programs were selected for our ranking based on criteria such as cost of attendance, acceptance rate, number of degree and specialization options offered, accreditation, and acknowledgement by a national ranking body.

Harding University is the only school in Arkansas on our list.

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Layton Moore, Graduate Assistant for the Graduate School of Business, is blogging as she moves through the program.

“I am currently enrolled and halfway through Harding University’s Master of Business Administration program. I completed my undergraduate degree in three years with the dreams of using my fourth year to travel or climb my way up the corporate ladder. However, one undergraduate school trip to New York and Washington D.C. in January 2015 opened my mind up to new life plans, ideas and opportunities. It was on that trip I met Dr. Glen Metheny, chair of the graduate school of business; he talked to me about Harding University’s MBA program and the opportunities that come with having a master’s degree. This is when my journey toward earning an MBA began.”

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Harding University’s Board of Trustees approves more than 3% reduction in tuition for school’s MBA program

May 8 Harding University's board of trustees voted to lower the cost of tuition for the school's MBA program by more than three percent at the annual spring meeting . The tuition reduction becomes effective with the beginning of the 2015 fall semester. The cost will now be $650 per credit hour. The decision to reduce the tuition was based on the board's desire to keep the program accessible to students and to remain competitive in this highly competitive market area.

“In a time when tuition rates are constantly increasing, Harding University has strategically chosen to reduce the tuition in our MBA program for the upcoming year. Just like our program is different from our competitors, this tuition strategy is different from our competitors for the coming year. This tuition reduction should allow even more students to pursue our MBA program in Management and Business Ethics. As with any business with a differentiation strategy, we strongly view the Harding MBA as adding tremendous value in the lives of our students. We have seen this and heard this from our graduates.

Our business world needs leaders trained in values and integrity, people willing to do the right thing and make a difference. This has always been at the heart of our program. In the end, our goal is to prepare students in this program for lives of service. This new tuition strategy should assist us in expanding our program and sharing our mission with even more students so they can make a difference in today's global business world.” 

- Dr. Bryan D. Burks, Dean, Paul R. Carter College of Business Administration


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