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Health Care MBA

Getting your MBA in Health Care Management

Next available start date is:   January 7th, Winter 2013 

Have your undergraduate institution mail your official undergraduate transcripts (2.75 GPA or higher is required) to the Registrar’s Office:

      Davenport University Central Registrar’s Office
      6191 Kraft Ave. SE
      Grand Rapids, MI 49512

The following documents are required:

  • Your most current resume or CV
  • Two letters of recommendation (You can use the same letters you used for medical school)
  • If you have taken the MCAT, send the official copy of your scores. You can access these scores and email the page with the official scores on it. Please make sure there is a verification code on the score page. 
  • If you are not an MCAT student, you may take up to three classes before taking the GMAT or GRE to continue.
  • You may qualify to have GMAT or GRE testing waived. Students eligible for waiver must meet undergraduate degree GPA requirements and submit a Statement of Purpose, which will be reviewed with your undergraduate GPA.

Submit these documents to: 

      Cari Weymouth
      Admissions Representative
      Davenport University
      6191 Kraft Avenue
      Grand Rapids, MI 49512
      cari.weymouth@davenport.edu 
      phone (616) 233-3471; fax (616) 554-5214

Questions? Call (616) 233-3471or email us: cari.weymouth@davenport.edu.

MBA Program Details

  • Complete one seven-week course at a time; two courses will be completed within a 15 week period. 
  • A minimum of six semesters is needed to complete the MBA.
  • You are permitted a break in scheduling upon request, with a six-year maximum completion time.

Competitive Tuition Rates 

Learn more about our rates here.

Financial Aid

Financial aid is available to qualified students, including Davenport scholarships up to $2,000 per academic year (two semesters). To qualify, you must have completed your bachelor’s degree with a minimum 2.75 GPA. Review the steps for completing the financial aid application process