Degree Programs

Executive MBA

A Vanderbilt MBA for working professionals already in or approaching senior leadership.


Ready to make yourself more valuable? Explore our Executive MBA Program, a highly ranked, world-class MBA proven to help accomplished managers and executives develop the advanced management, strategic vision, and leadership skills essential to achieving full executive potential. Taught by Vanderbilt's distinguished business faculty, Executive MBA graduates realize immediate ROI, with the ability to apply the best-practice knowledge learned on Saturday to their jobs on Monday morning. 

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Master of Mgmt. in Health Care

A one-year degree that helps clinicians and healthcare professionals succeed in business.


The Vanderbilt Master of Management in Health Care (MMHC) is designed to help healthcare practitioners and professionals effectively manage people, programs, and processes within their organizations by marrying business fundamentals with the complex realities of the healthcare industry. Students attend management classes one night a week and industry-specific courses one weekend per month. A Capstone Project requires that students demonstrate application of business concepts and disciplines to a timely challenge identified by their sponsoring organization.

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Executive Education

Proven, practical certificate programs for individuals, teams, and organizations

Whether you're looking to build your own skills, those of your team or even your entire organization, look to Vanderbilt Executive Education. Choose two- or three-day Short Programs or Certificate Series for individuals or teams, or Custom Solutions that are tailor-made for organizations. Whichever option you choose, you will gain knowledge and expertise from world-class business faculty, enjoy the flexibility and convenience that Vanderbilt offers, and benefit from immediate ROI with new skills you can put to work right away.

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By the numbers


On average, the number of years it takes Executive MBA graduates to earn back the financial investment of their degrees.

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Sam Chang

Chief Surgical Officer, Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center (VICC)

Urologic surgeon Sam Chang ranks at the top of his field. Despite his medical achievements, however, he believed he could do more. “I wanted to consider how I can bring effective change for a larger group of patients,” he says. His Vanderbilt MBA provided the answer. “I look at things differently now,” he says. “My perch to look at a problem has totally changed.”


Stacy Langford

Director of Emergency Services, Huntsville Hospital

A nurse by training, Stacy Langford rose to become director of an emergency department that serves more than 80,000 patients annually and includes a Level I trauma center. “I had zero background in the business world,” she says. Though it added to her very busy schedule, Stacy found her MMHC studies invaluable to her enhancing her management abilities. “The program is out-of-the-box exciting,” she says.