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The Apollo University’s School of Management Studies offers an MBA (Hospital & Healthcare Management) program designed to produce graduates capable of creating compelling visions, developing winning strategies, managing successful ventures, and establishing sustainable, profitable healthcare organizations. The program is delivered by skilled and experienced faculty from academia and industry, using various pedagogical methods such as case studies, industry visits, seminars, workshops, and internships to ensure that students are the right fit for the healthcare industry.

The four-semester internship component focuses on different aspects of hospital management, public administration, problem-solving, and primary managerial skills in corporate hospitals, with international hospital internships available for wider exposure. The program also includes guest lectures, personality development programs, and conference seminars and workshops to prepare students for meaningful contributions to their communities and the industry. The school aims to produce competent and valuable resources for the community and industry, contributing to the development of a skilled workforce in the healthcare sector.


  • Able to communicate and articulate effectively with all stakeholders of organisations, including customers, staff, management, and critical players and external customers.
  • Able to inspire individuals and groups, achieve organisational excellence, create a shared vision, and successfully adapt and manage change to attain the organisation’s strategic vision, goals, objectives, and successful performance.
  • Able to align personal and organisational conduct with ethical and professional standards.
  • Able to understand the organisational system and the environment in which managers and providers function.
  • Able to apply business principles to the environment, including systems thinking and system design decisions, operational thinking and operations design decisions.


Competency-based education in alignment with industry requirement
One Internship after each semester to facilitate experiential learning; Special grooming classes to make students industry ready.
Rewarding employment opportunities for MBA graduates; Connecting with various stakeholders as per the needs and demands of students and the curriculum
Mentorship activities; Cultural, sports and student clubs; Student lead Conferences, Seminars, and other activities

Programme Curriculum

  • Sl. No Course Title Credits
    Semester -I = 24 credits
    MBAT6401 Principles of Management 2
    MBAT6402 Organisational Behaviour 2
    MBAT6403 Financial Accounting 2
    MBAT6404 Human Resource Management 2
    MBAT6405 Operations Management 2
    MBAT6406 Gender, Ethics and Human Rights 2
    MBAT6407 Research Methodology and Statistics 2
    MBAT6408 Managerial Communication 2
    MBAT6409 Business Analytics 2
    MBAI6501 Internship (Per credit 30 hours and 6 credits = 180 hours/6 hours=30 days’ work) 6
  • Sl. No Course Title Credits
    Semester II = 24 Credits
    MBAT6410 Strategic Cost and Management Accounting 2
    MBAT6411 Strategic Management 2
    MBAT6412 System Development and Information Management 2
    MBAT6413 Quality Management 2
    MBAT6414 Financial Management 2
    MBAT6415 Supply Chain Management 2
    MBAT6416 Marketing and Business Development Strategies 2
    MBAT6417 Managerial Economics 2
    MBAT6418 Innovation and Technology Management 2
    MBAI6502 Internship (Per credit 30 hours and 6 credits = 180 hours/6 hours=30 days’ work) 6
  • Course No Semester III = 20 Credits Credit
    MBAHHMT7501 Organisation and Administration of Healthcare Services 2
    MBAHHMT7502 Hospital Planning and Project Management 2
    MBAHHMT7503 Social Science Perspectives on Health 2
    MBAHHMT7504 Health Care Supply Chain Management 2
    MBAHHMT7505 Digital Health Fundamentals 2
    MBAHHMT7401 CBCS-I 2
    MBAHHMT7601 Disciplinary Elective – I 2
    MBAHHMI7501 Internship (Per credit 30 hours and 6 credits = 180 hours/6 hours=30 days’ work) 6
  • Course No Semester IV = 22 Credits Credit
    MBAHHMT7507 Health Economics and Policy 2
    MBAHHMT7508 Healthcare Finance and Insurance 2
    MBAHHMT7509 Health Optimization and Analytics 2
    MBAHHMT7510 Epidemiology and Biostatistics 2
    MBAHHMT7602 Disciplinary Elective II 2
    MBAHHMI7502 Project 4
    MBAHHMI7503 Internship (Per credit 30 hours and 6 credits = 180 hours/6 hours=30 days’ work) 6
  • CBCS Course Name DE Course Name Remarks
    1 Healthcare Business Intelligence and Business Analytics 1 Patient Care Management Students shall choose two out of five in each stream, such as CBCS and DE

    CBCS shall be available for all postgraduate programmes of the school.

    DE shall be available only to MBA students.

    2 Managing Service Operations and Financial Technology 2 Global Health Management
    3 Advanced Digital Health Ecosystems 3 Operations Research for Decision Making
    4 Emerging Trends and Innovation in Healthcare 4 High-Performance Work Practice in Hospitals
    5 Healthcare Quality Improvement tools 5 Critical Evaluation of National Health Programmes and Policies


Admission Fee (One-Time Fee) ₹ 10,000
1st Year ₹ 2,20,000
2nd Year ₹ 2,20,000
Total Course Fee ₹ 4,40,000

Scholarship is available for eligible students


Undergraduate degree in any stream with minimum 50% of marks


The graduates can explore employment opportunities in various public and private sectors. They mainly acquire the following positions:

  • Financial Manager/Analyst
  • Credit Analyst
  • Accounting Manager
  • Risk and Insurance Manager
  • Small Business Owner
  • Corporate Supervisor
  • Sales Manager
  • Business Consultant
  • Marketing Analyst