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University of Miami Business School - Executive MBA in Health Sector Management & Policy

Miami Business School Executive MBA in Health Sector Management & Policy Program Structure

The 23-month Miami Business School Executive MBA in Health Sector Management & Policy program meets for one three-day weekend each month from 8 a.m. EST to 5 p.m. In total, the program requires 48 credits to complete, with each course counting as three individual credits.

Curriculum

There is no pre-requisite coursework needed to apply for the program, and thus no coursework that is required can be waived. Classes study mostly, “case studies, lectures and group discussions,” according to the school.

Each year in the program is split between four separate terms, making eight terms in total. The first term features a required MBA Math Module class, which is the only class in the program that does not count towards the total credits. Because of the highly-specified education in the program, there is no elective coursework.

Class Profile

Students join the program with an average of 12 years of professional work experience. Between clinical and non-clinical experience, the class is almost split evenly, with 53 percent having clinical experience and 47 percent having non-clinical experience.

Career Statistics

The program boats a 100 percent placement rate for graduates attempting to enter the healthcare industry.

Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid

The total cost for tuition and fees for the Miami Business School Executive MBA in Health Sector Management & Policy is currently $113,630. A non-refundable $2,200 fee is also required to hold a spot in the program upon enrollment.

U.S. students may be able to fund their education with federal financial aid. However, private loan options are available and may be a requirement for international applicants. More scholarships and financial aid information can be found here.

Admissions

To apply to the Miami Business School Executive MBA in Health Sector Management & Policy program, the following must be submitted:

• Official transcripts
• A current résumé and business card
• Three letters of recommendation
• GMAT/GRE scores (if required)
• TOEFL and/or IELTS scores (if required)

In order to be considered to the January 2020 cohort, please contact the school are 305-284-3981 or p.ferreira@miami.edu.

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