Recommendation for DL dental background


Jsyc

Hello everyone,

I am seeking advices/recommendation for dl MBA program.
I have a degree in BDsc (dental hygiene) and would like to pursue in learning business management as some aspects of my career demand its quality. I have two years of experience in office management in addition to my clinical experience. I believe that modern day dentistry require significant knowledge in business in order to obtain successful clinic.

Can anyone please recommend what online graduate programs I may consider?
Thanks for reviewing my post.

Hello everyone,

I am seeking advices/recommendation for dl MBA program.
I have a degree in BDsc (dental hygiene) and would like to pursue in learning business management as some aspects of my career demand its quality. I have two years of experience in office management in addition to my clinical experience. I believe that modern day dentistry require significant knowledge in business in order to obtain successful clinic.

Can anyone please recommend what online graduate programs I may consider?
Thanks for reviewing my post.
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Duncan

Here's a good list: http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/online-mba-2012-listing

Here's a good list: http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/online-mba-2012-listing
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ralph

Do you want to do something with a specialization in the medical field? If so, check out the online program at George Washington University or the one at Northeastern - while many of the electives that make up these specializations apply specifically to hospitals and other parts of the healthcare profession, the insights from the overall specializations could be valuable for somebody in a dental office.

Also, Oklahoma State/Spears offers an online program with a dentistry focus specifically.

If you don't need something specifically with a medical focus, then try an accredited general degree. UNC, IE, IU Kelley, Warwick, Florida/Hough, Aston... There are quite a few.

Do you want to do something with a specialization in the medical field? If so, check out the online program at George Washington University or the one at Northeastern - while many of the electives that make up these specializations apply specifically to hospitals and other parts of the healthcare profession, the insights from the overall specializations could be valuable for somebody in a dental office.

Also, Oklahoma State/Spears offers an online program with a dentistry focus specifically.

If you don't need something specifically with a medical focus, then try an accredited general degree. UNC, IE, IU Kelley, Warwick, Florida/Hough, Aston... There are quite a few.
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Jsyc

Thank you Duncan and Ralph for your expertise.
Ralph, thank you for your detailed suggestions.

Thank you Duncan and Ralph for your expertise.
Ralph, thank you for your detailed suggestions.
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