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Rashda Question by Rashda on May 12, 2023Translate

Hi my daughter completed her BDS recently she wants to pursue MBA in healthcare.is it good n from where we r not convinced with the switch

Ans: Deciding to pursue an MBA in healthcare after completing a BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery) can be a good choice, depending on your daughter's career goals and interests. An MBA in healthcare can provide her with a broader understanding of the business side of healthcare and open up opportunities in healthcare management, administration, consulting, or entrepreneurship.

With an MBA, she may qualify for roles such as healthcare administrator, healthcare consultant, hospital manager, or executive positions in healthcare organizations.

MBA knowledge can also help her navigate the dynamic healthcare landscape and make informed decisions in her career.

If your daughter has an entrepreneurial mindset, an MBA can provide her with the skills and knowledge necessary to start her own healthcare-related business. She can learn about business planning, finance, marketing, and innovation, which are essential for launching and managing a successful venture.

I would strongly suggest you to research and evaluate different programs to find the best fit. Try and connect with professionals who have pursued a similar path or have experience in healthcare management. They can provide valuable insights and guidance based on their firsthand experiences.

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