Questrom School of Business – Boston University - Health Sector MBA
Boston University Health Sector Professional Evening MBA Program Structure
The Boston University Health Sector MBA program is designed to combine a strong education in the core functions of health sector management with the flexibility to obtain an enhanced understanding and skill set with the student’s particular areas of interest.
The curriculum provides a more developed approach to:
1.) Build on the functional skills of the core MBA curriculum
2.) Provide targeted understanding of the nature of the health sector, and the application of those basic skills to the sector
3.) Provide even greater flexibility to address specialized interests within the sector, whether health service delivery, life science products, consulting, or any other focused area.
The Health Sector MBA follows the same core curriculum as the full-time MBA, except that Health Sector MBA students must take a total of four Health Sector electives to distinguish their degree. Questrom students can choose to pursue the Health Sector MBA on a full-time or part-time basis, and benefit from professors and other faculty who will teach students about diagnostics, devices, drugs, health sector-based IT, etc. Beyond the classroom Health Sector MBA students participate in clubs, internships, field seminars, case competitions and other experiential courses.
Students also benefit from an extensive Mentoring Program in which they are connected with alumni and other field professionals who offer support and guidance throughout a student’s time in the Health Sector MBA program.
Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid
For the 2019-20 academic year, the tuition for the Boston University Health Sector MBA is $55,480 and $932 in fees. As for other expenses, the BU Questrom School of Business estimated room and board at $14,190, books and supplies at $1,574 and other incidentals at $4,374.
Massachusetts law requires all students who carry at least 75 percent of the full-time curriculum to have medical insurance. Students who cannot demonstrate coverage under a qualifying medical insurance plan are required to purchase the University’s student health insurance plan. The cost of BU Medical Insurance is currently $2,466
To apply to the Boston University Health Sector MBA program, applicants should submit an online application form, two letters of recommendation, a current résumé, all undergraduate and graduate transcripts, GRE or GMAT test scores, three video essays or one written essay, and an application fee of $125. International applicants who do not come from an English-speaking country or who did not graduate from a college in an English-speaking country must also submit TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE scores.
Application deadlines are as follows:
Round 1 – October 17
Round 2 – January 2
Round 3 – March 18
Round 4 – May 1
Round 1 – September 12
Round 2 – October 17
Round 3 – November 7