BBA in Healthcare Management

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Healthcare Management Overview

A healthcare manager must be equipped to make key decisions for the organization to improve patient health outcomes and improve community health. Our AACSB-accredited online Bachelor of Business Administration in Healthcare Management will prepare you to excel as a decisive leader in the dynamic healthcare industry. Throughout our program, you’ll discover how to apply the business fundamentals of the BBA in a healthcare setting through courses on financial management in health providers, patient services, and the legal and regulatory environments. You’ll gain a foundation in management theory and research that you can translate directly into effective practice in the healthcare environment. Designed with working professionals in mind, our flexible and cost-effective online program enables you to complete coursework at your own pace.

Healthcare management is a high-growth field, with strong employment prospects for those who hold the right qualifications. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in the field of medical and health services managers is expected to grow by 32%—much faster than the average for U.S. occupations overall—between 2019 and 2029.

Careers for BBA in Healthcare Management Graduates

An online BBA in healthcare management from UT Permian Basin can provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in a wide variety of careers in the healthcare field, including:

  • Healthcare Business Consultant
  • Patient Care Technician
  • Patient Business Services (PBS) Manager
  • Clinical Coordinator
  • Healthcare Administrator
  • Quality & Improvement Coordinator
  • Practice Administrator
  • Physician Liaison

Accreditation

UT Permian Basin’s College of Business is accredited by the prestigious Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).

General Education

42 credits required. Complete the requirements shown in the General Education Requirements section of the catalog using the following specified courses to meet the mathematics and social sciences requirements. Only 1 of the following need to be taken: MATH 1314*, 1325 or 2314. *COMM lab or 3rd science lab is required if you take MATH 1324 instead of MATH 2412.

Courses
Duration
Credits
HIST 1301 - History of the United States to 1877
8 weeks
3
A survey of major social, economic, and political developments in the United States from European colonization through Reconstruction.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Whole Summer 2021 Whole Fall 2021 Whole Spring 2022
HIST 1302 - History of the United States Since 1877
8 weeks
3
A survey of major social, economic, and political developments in the United States from 1877 to the present.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Whole Summer 2021 Whole Fall 2021 Whole Spring 2022
PLSC 2305 - American National Politics
8 weeks
3
An examination of American national political institutions and processes. Satisfies state requirement in U.S. government.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Summer A 2021 Summer A 2022
PLSC 2306 - State and Local Politics
8 weeks
3
An examination of state and local political institutions and processes. Satisfies state requirement in Texas government.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Summer B 2021 Summer B 2022
ECON 2301 - Principles of Macroeconomics
8 weeks
3
A description of major economic problems facing modern societies is presented together with how the capitalistic market system addresses these issues. The emphasis is on macroeconomics theory and practice.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Summer A 2021 Whole Fall 2021 Fall A 2021 Whole Spring 2022 Spring A 2022
COMM 1315 - Introduction to Public Speaking
8 weeks
3
Introduces students to the theory and practice of public speaking, with an emphasis on invention, arrangement, and delivery of informative and persuasive speeches. Further emphasis is given to the reduction of anxieties associated with public speaking.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Summer B 2021 Whole Fall 2021 Fall A 2021 Fall B 2021 Spring A 2022 Whole Spring 2022 Spring B 2022
ENGL 1301 - Composition I
8 weeks
3
Composition I offers intensive instruction in the writing process (prewriting, drafting, revising, and proofreading), emphasizing the recursive nature of the process and the importance of the relationship among writer, audience, and subject. The course will also explore the connection between writing and critical thinking and the usefulness of writing as a tool for learning in all fields of knowledge. Students enrolling in Composition I will be expected to have a good command of standard written English.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Summer A 2021 Whole Summer 2021 Summer B 2021 Whole Fall 2021 Whole Spring 2022 Spring A 2022 Spring B 2022
ENGL 1302 - Composition II
8 weeks
3
Composition II covers argument, rhetorical analysis and the research paper. In this course students analyze and respond to texts of various kinds through essays and research papers. Students will learn to defend their points of view by using textual evidence and strong rhetoric. Readings and exercises help student learn to write broad-minded, well-informed essays in polished academic prose that moves and educates the reader.
Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 - Composition I
Semesters Offered: Summer A 2021 Summer B 2021 Whole Fall 2021 Fall B 2021 Whole Spring 2022 Spring B 2022
MATH 1324 - Applications of Discrete Mathematics
8 weeks
4
Mathematics for modeling in the social and behavioral sciences. Topics include algebra, linear equations in two variables, and exponential and logarithmic functions. Other topics are chosen by the instructor. Course emphasizes application to social science and economics.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Whole Fall 2021 Whole Spring 2022
MATH 1314 - College Algebra
8 weeks
4
Study of quadratics, polynomial, rational, logarithmic, and exponential functions; systems of equations; progressions; sequences and series; and matrices and determinants.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Whole Summer 2021 Whole Fall 2021 Whole Spring 2022
MATH 2412 - Precalculus
8 weeks
4
College algebra (sets, functions, relations, logic), trigonometry (circular functions, logarithms, and exponential functions), and analytic geometry (standard form conic sections).
Prerequisites: MATH 1314 - College Algebra MATH 1324 - Applications of Discrete Mathematics
Semesters Offered: Whole Summer 2021 Whole Fall 2021 Whole Spring 2022
Lower-Level Business

18 credits required. Management majors obtain skills in using computers in problem-solving in BUSI 2345 or its equivalent.

Courses
Duration
Credits
ACCT 2301 - Principles of Financial Accounting
8 weeks
3
Introduction to concepts and principles of accounting, to include: recognition, analysis, measurement, and recording of monetary information in business transactions. Emphasis of the course will be on understanding financial reporting for external users.
Prerequisites: MATH 1324 - Applications of Discrete Mathematics
Semesters Offered: Summer A 2021 Fall A 2021
ACCT 2302 - Principles of Managerial Accounting
8 weeks
3
Introduction to the use of financial and non-financial accounting information for management, decision making, and control.
Prerequisites: ACCT 2301 - Principles of Financial Accounting MATH 1324 - Applications of Discrete Mathematics
Semesters Offered: Summer B 2021 Fall B 2021
BUSI 1301 - Business Principles
8 weeks
3
This course provides a survey of economic systems, forms of business ownership, and consideration for running a business. Students will learn various aspects of business, management, and leadership functions; organizational considerations; and decision-making processes. Financial topics are introduced, including accounting, money and banking, and securities markets. Also included are discussions of business challenges in the legal and regulatory environment, business ethics, social responsibility, and international business. Emphasized is the dynamic role of business in everyday life.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Summer A 2021 Fall A 2021
BUSI 2342 - Principles of Statistics
8 weeks
3
The course is an introduction to the principles of statistics and their application to problems in business and economics. Topics include the basics of probability theory, descriptive statistics, sampling methods, statistical estimation, hypothesis testing, and the basics of linear regression.
Prerequisites: MATH 1324 - Applications of Discrete Mathematics
Semesters Offered: Summer A 2021 Fall A 2021
BUSI 2345 - Data Analysis with Excel
8 weeks
3
This course is designed to introduce students to the more advanced data analysis features and tools in Excel. The course includes an exploration of basic mathematical and statistical formulas and functions, data validation, data visualizations tools, and familiarity and add-ins like Power Pivot, Analysis Toolpak, and Solver.
Prerequisites: BUSI 2342 - Principles of Statistics
Semesters Offered: Summer B 2021
ECON 2301 - Principles of Macroeconomics
8 weeks
3
A description of major economic problems facing modern societies is presented together with how the capitalistic market system addresses these issues. The emphasis is on macroeconomics theory and practice.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Summer A 2021 Whole Fall 2021 Fall A 2021 Whole Spring 2022 Spring A 2022
Upper Level Business Common Core

24 credits required.

Courses
Duration
Credits
BUSI 3311 - Business Communications
8 weeks
3
This course is an introduction to the basic interpersonal communication process through appropriate communications technology with applications for business organizations. It is a systems approach to planning, researching, organizing, composing, editing, and revising reports and other business related communications. Oral presentations are required. Business communication ethics are explored.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Summer A 2021 Fall A 2021
BUSI 3324 - Business and the Law
8 weeks
3
This survey course covers the source of law and courts and introduces tort law along with historical, economic, political, and ethical bases of contrast. The course includes ethical considerations in business and the impact of regulatory and administrative law on business and the impact of regulatory and administrative law and business.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Summer A 2021 Fall A 2021
MNGT 3333 - Information System Fundamentals
8 weeks
3
Introduction to the organizational and managerial foundations of information systems. The role of information systems in enhancing business processes and management decision-making is emphasized. Students experience use of business application software in problem-solving.
Prerequisites: COSC 1335 - Computers and Problem Solving
Semesters Offered: Summer B 2021 Fall B 2021
FINA 3320 - Principles of Finance
8 weeks
3
Survey of foundational concepts in finance; in particular, discounted cash flow analysis and its application to valuation of bonds, stocks, and corporate capital assets. Introduction to the following topics: bond and stock markets; pricing mechanisms in those markets; relationship between risk and return; capital budgeting methods based on discounted cash flow valuation.
Prerequisites: ACCT 2301 - Principles of Financial Accounting ACCT 2302 - Principles of Managerial Accounting MNGT 2342 - Principles of Statistics
Semesters Offered: Fall A 2021 Fall B 2021 Spring A 2022 Spring B 2022 Summer A 2022 Fall A 2022 Fall B 2022 Spring A 2023 Spring B 2023 Summer A 2023 Fall A 2023 Fall B 2023
MNGT 3310 - Management Concepts and Organizational Theory
8 weeks
3
Fundamental concepts of management including principles of administration, modern organization theory, goal-setting, leadership, and decision-making. This is a study of the impact of societal influences and ethical consideration on business decision-making. Special attention is given to business stakeholder relationships and the role of the organization in the community.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Summer A 2021 Fall A 2021
MNGT 3340 - Production Operations Management
8 weeks
3
This course examines the planning, design, execution, and coordination of all activities that create goods or provide services. It addresses how upper-level management can improve decision-making in both the manufacturing and service sectors. The course introduces productivity, competitiveness, and strategy; decision-making; quality management; product and service design; process selection and capacity planning; linear programming; facility layout; location planning and analysis; the transportation model; project management; design of work systems; and learning curves.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Summer A 2021 Fall B 2021
MNGT 4375 - Strategic Management (Capstone)
8 weeks
3
This is the capstone course of the business administration degree. Based on environmental analysis, the formulation and implementation of strategic decisions within the organization are addressed. Emphasis is placed on integration of decisions at the functional areas. A supplemental fee is required for this course.
Prerequisites: ACCT 2301 - Principles of Financial Accounting MNGT 2342 - Principles of Statistics
Semesters Offered: Summer A 2021 Fall B 2021
MRKT 3300 - Principles of Marketing
8 weeks
3
Survey of marketing fundamentals with focus upon product, price, promotion, and distribution within the context of business decision-making.
Prerequisites: ECON 2301 - Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 2302 - Principles of Microeconomics
Semesters Offered: Summer A 2021 Fall A 2021
Major Requirements: Group One

9-10 Credits. MNGT 3312 and MNGT 4380 are required. Only one of the following is required: MNGT 4320, MRKT 4320, FINA 4320 or NURS 4452.

Courses
Duration
Credits
MNGT 3312 - Human Resource Management
8 weeks
3
This is a study of principles and practices in human resource management systems including such topics as recruiting, selection, training and development, compensation, health and safety, employee and labor relations, human resource research information systems, and workforce planning.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Summer B 2021 Spring A 2022 Summer B 2022
MNGT 4380 - Total Quality Management
8 weeks
3
This course covers the principles of quality management to include basic probability and statistics concepts, control charts for attributes and variables, sampling plans, quality audits, and cost.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Fall B 2021 Spring B 2022 Fall B 2022
MNGT 4320 - International Management
8 weeks
3
This is a study of administrative philosophies, policies, and practices of international business organizations. The nature of management processes and activities is examined in terms of different social, cultural, political, and economic environments.
Prerequisites: MNGT 3310 - Management Concepts and Organizational Theory
Semesters Offered: Fall A 2021 Fall A 2022
MRKT 4320 - International Marketing
8 weeks
3
Enterprise, comparative marketing, transport institutions and systems in selected foreign countries and the United States. Emphasizes ethnic and cultural differences in marketing strategy.
Prerequisites: MRKT 3300 - Principles of Marketing
Semesters Offered: Spring A 2022
FINA 4320 - International Finance
8 weeks
3
The application of finance principles in financial management of international corporations, including analysis of the financing of investment abroad and the management of assets in global financial environments. The course also covers currency exchange mechanisms in theory and practice, including international monetary systems and currency risk management, including interest rate and currency derivatives.
Prerequisites: FINA 3320 - Principles of Finance
Semesters Offered: Fall B 2021 Summer A 2022 Summer A 2023
NURS 4452 - Global Health Nursing
8 weeks
4
Overview of global health, including determinants of health, health indicators, human rights, globalization, current socioeconomic factors, health care systems and public health systems, and global health policies; nursing interventions to impact global health disparities; examination of the burden and distribution of disease and mortality; management of health issues and nursing care around the world and its impact on health care locally.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Summer B 2021 Spring B 2022
MNGT 4337 - Quality Improvement in Health Care
8 weeks
3
There is no course description available at this time.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Summer A 2021 Fall B 2021 Fall B 2022
Major Requirements: Group Two

15 credits. Take five of the following courses from the list below. Four must be from UTPB.

Courses
Duration
Credits
ACCT 4334 - Accounting for Healthcare
8 weeks
3
A survey of both financial and managerial accounting principles in the healthcare industry. The course will cover topics such as healthcare insurance billings and reimbursement methodologies as well as organizational costing and financial analysis
Prerequisites: ACCT 2301 - Principles of Financial Accounting
Semesters Offered: Fall B 2021 Fall A 2022
FINA 4333 - Healthcare Finance
8 weeks
3
This course offers an introduction to accounting, financial theory and practice in health care settings. It is designed to familiarize students with important financial concepts and issues confronting managers in the health sector.
Prerequisites: FINA 3320 - Principles of Finance
Semesters Offered: Summer B 2021 Spring B 2022
MNGT 3334 - Healthcare MIS
8 weeks
3
Healthcare Management Information Systems (HMIS) is motivated by a dire need for executives, managers, and professionally trained students who must possess the knowledge and skills that will result in effective planning, design, management, execution, and use of various information systems resources. The HMIS course focuses on training future healthcare leaders, administrators, and managers to go beyond just acquiring the expertise in conceptualizing and defining the precise information they need. In addition, specifically health executives and managers should also be able to plan strategically and build the appropriate healthcare management information technology infrastructure and understand the implementation challenges to transform the way information is used and shared within and outside of their organizations.
Prerequisites: COSC 1335 - Computers and Problem Solving
Semesters Offered: Fall B 2021 Fall B 2022
MNGT 4331 - Healthcare Management
8 weeks
3
This course engages students in an overview of the management concepts and issues related to the effective/efficient delivery of services in healthcare organizations (HCOs). Students will be introduced to a wide range of managerial, policy, and other issues that they are likely to encounter in healthcare management. The course prerequisite is not applicable to Master of Public Administration students.
Prerequisites: MNGT 3310 - Management Concepts and Organizational Theory
Semesters Offered: Spring A 2022
MNGT 4336 - Healthcare Law
8 weeks
3
A survey of the major laws and regulations impacting health services organizations.
Prerequisites: PLSC 2305 - American National Politics PLSC 2306 - State and Local Politics
Semesters Offered: Summer B 2022
MRKT 4335 - Healthcare Marketing
8 weeks
3
This course provides an overview of the role of marketing in the healthcare industry. It will examine the methods for designing healthcare systems responsive to patient needs and the promoting and pricing of healthcare services. Issues relating to ethic and social responsibility in the marketing of healthcare services will be studied.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: N/A
Major Requirements: Group Three

Take 9 credits from the following. Group two courses not used to fulfill group two requirement. Healthcare Management transfer courses allowed with department chair approval. Choices for group 3 electives are from the list published in the catalog or as approved by the healthcare coordinator.

Courses
Duration
Credits
MNGT 4391 - Contract Study in Management
8 weeks
3
An individual independent study course or research project that addresses a topic not offered in the curriculum.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: N/A
MNGT 4392 - Internship (in Healthcare Organization)
8 weeks
3
A supervised field experience in a healthcare organization as a management professional that enables the student to explore career options. Internship must involve work that is substantially management in nature with job responsibilities similar to those that a full-time employee would face. May be taken only once for credit.
Prerequisites: MNGT 3310 - Management Concepts and Organizational Theory
Semesters Offered: Summer A 2021 Summer B 2021
COMM 4351 - Health Communication
8 weeks
3
Surveys, theory, research, and current issues in the field of health communication. Topics of discussion include communication between patients and providers, cultural and rhetorical concepts of illness and health; media messages and health campaigns; and communication in healthcare organizations.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Fall A 2021 Fall A 2022
NURS 4250 - Nursing Research & Quality Improvement Science
8 weeks
2
Critical analysis of models of research and quality improvement science, appraisal of evidence-based literature, and use of information technology to enhance the foundation for clinical decision making and data management to promote health outcomes associated with safety, cost, and clinical improvement. Application of ethical principles and quality science strategies to develop a plan to solve identified practice problems.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Summer A 2021 Fall A 2021 Fall B 2021 Spring A 2022 Fall A 2022
NURS 4290 - Multicultural Public Health Nursing
8 weeks
2
Application of evidence-based nursing practice skills to community/public health situations addressing cultural diversity, at-risk families, and vulnerable populations; nursing collaboration and interprofessional communication to explore public health systems to promote health in communities. Community assessment and planning in non-emergent and emergent situations. Advocacy for access to the healthcare system.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Summer B 2021 Fall B 2021
NURS 4452 - Global Health Nursing
8 weeks
4
Overview of global health, including determinants of health, health indicators, human rights, globalization, current socioeconomic factors, health care systems and public health systems, and global health policies; nursing interventions to impact global health disparities; examination of the burden and distribution of disease and mortality; management of health issues and nursing care around the world and its impact on health care locally.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Summer B 2021 Spring B 2022
PLSC 4389 - Policy of Health and Human Services
8 weeks
3
Undergraduate courses which will be offered only once, will be offered infrequently, or which are being developed before a regular listing in the catalog. May be acceptable for graduate credit.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Fall B 2021 Fall B 2022
PSYC 4307 - Health Psychology
16 weeks
3
Examination of the role of behavioral science knowledge and techniques in understanding, assessing, testing and preventing medical-psychological and social problems.
Prerequisites: PSYC 1301 - Introduction to Psychology
Semesters Offered: Whole Spring 2022
SOCI 4362 - Sociology of Health and Illness
8 weeks
3
Social and cultural factors associated with the definition, occurrence, and experience of health and illness. An examination of the social determinants that affect the etiology and distribution of illness and the social organization of the medical profession and the hospital.
Prerequisites: N/A
Semesters Offered: Summer B 2021

Admission Requirements

In order to prevent delays in processing applications, UT Permian Basin is temporarily modifying the freshman admission process by moving to a test-optional policy for Spring 2021, Summer 2021, and Fall 2021. See the Test-Optional Policy section below for additional details.

Transfer Student Admission Requirements

  • Minimum of 24 transferable credit hours from a regionally accredited college or university
  • GPA of 2.0 or higher in previous college-level coursework
  • Official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended
    • Dual-credit high school courses must be included
  • Completed application

Freshman Transfer Admission Requirements

If you have completed less than 24 hours of transferable college-level work from a regionally accredited college or university after graduating from high school or receiving your GED, please provide the following:

  • Official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended (including dual-credit work while in high school)
  • Official high school transcript showing GPA, class rank, and expected graduation date or GED scores
  • SAT and/or ACT scores from within the last five years (see below for minimum score requirements)
  • Completed application

Official Transcripts

Official copies of transcripts must come directly from the school in a sealed envelope and can be mailed to:

UT Permian Basin
Office of Admissions
4901 E. University Blvd.
Odessa, TX 79762

Official transcripts in electronic format can be sent to admissions@utpb.edu.

Minimum Score Requirements for Freshman Admission

High School Graduation Class Rank SAT ACT
Top 25% No minimum score No minimum score
2nd Quarter 1020 20
3rd Quarter 1160 24
4th Quarter 1280 27

Application Fee

The application fee is $40.

If you are a freshman applicant, you may request a fee waiver when you apply by sending us your official college application fee waiver form provided by the SAT or ACT. You may also request a fee waiver if the Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) listed on your Student Aid Report is zero.

Test-Optional Policy

Students will be reviewed on a holistic basis focusing on the strength of the high school record, overall grade point average, grades within the core subjects, dual credit work, and additional information (resume and/or extracurricular activities, leadership opportunities, and work experience provided with the ApplyTexas application). We also recognize the value of standardized tests as a piece of the review process and will consider scores alongside the other required application credentials, if provided. 

Professor of Management
College of Business
fannin_w@utpb.edu

William R. Fannin received a PhD in management from Texas A&M University in 1980. Since then, he has served on the faculty of four universities: the University of Maine, the University of Houston-Clear Lake, Idaho State University, and The University of Texas Permian Basin. For thirty years (1985-2015), his faculty appointments were coupled with administrative positions including college dean (ISU), provost and vice-president (UTPB), and president-ad interim (UT-Brownsville). His teaching and research interests include strategic management, management of healthcare services, and international business.  A faculty associate member in the American College of Healthcare Executives, Dr. Fannin serves as UTPB’s coordinator for healthcare management programs.

Adjunct Lecturer
College of Business
moreno_r@utpb.edu

Robin Moreno, FACHE, is a seasoned healthcare executive with over 30 years of healthcare compliance and finance experience. Previously serving as a chief financial officer and currently as a corporate compliance officer, she brings a wealth of expertise with strengths in areas such as compliance, ethics, and privacy. Her strengths include profit and loss (P&L) reporting, financial strategy, and long-term budgetary oversight in the financial realm. With an abundance of healthcare experience, Robin happily serves as an adjunct business professor, promoting the next generation of leaders in the compliant and judicious use of healthcare dollars. 

Associate Professor of Accounting
College of Business
sullivan_c@utpb.edu

Dr. Carol Sullivan is an associate professor of accounting at UT Permian Basin and teaches the Accounting for Healthcare course. She is a CPA and has done professional financial accounting for doctors and dentists. Dr. Sullivan has made over 50 academic presentations and has published more than 20 articles over the years. Her favorite healthcare article is titled “Eradicating Fraud in Healthcare: Possibly a Matter of Life and Death.” 

Assistant Professor of Management
College of Business
xie_h@utpb.edu

Heng (John) Xie, assistant professor of management at UTPB, graduated with a PhD in management science from the University of North Texas in Denton. Dr. Xie’s healthcare research examines theoretically anchored problems using both traditional and innovative methodologies in healthcare operations, especially in the fields of quality management and e-health. Dr. Xie is an active faculty associate member of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).

Associate Professor of Marketing
College of Business
saran_a@utpb.edu

Dr. Saran is the director of graduate programs at the University of Texas Permian Basin’s College of Business. He also teaches undergraduate- and graduate-level courses as an associate professor of marketing. His research focuses on business and marketing concepts globally. Dr. Saran joined UT Permian Basin in 2006 after earning his PhD in international business and marketing at The University of Texas Pan-American. He holds an MBA in strategy from Asian Institute of Management and a bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Allahabad.

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