Master of Management
in Health Care

Students Share Why the Vanderbilt
Master of Management in Health Care
Program is Unique

MMHC Overview

The Vanderbilt Master of Management in Health Care (MMHC) is a healthcare management degree program designed to transform practicing physicians, nurse clinical leaders and non-clinical administrators into business leaders who can master healthcare management, making them more valuable to their organizations. Meeting one night a week and one weekend a month for one year, our program offers robust healthcare management courses and weekend immersions taught by healthcare leaders and policy makers. You may be asking “How will a Master of Management in Health Care help my career?” Our students often say that they have received immediate ROI either in salary growth or increased responsibility. Our program is different from other top healthcare management degree programs because of the innovative schedule, interdisciplinary team approach and world-class leadership development program. Read more in The Vanderbilt Advantage

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Oran Aaronson

Medical Director, Vanderbilt Spine Center; Neurosurgeon, Howell Allen Clinic and Saint Thomas Medical Partners

Like many highly accomplished physicians, Dr. Oran Aaronson recognized that his formal training hadn’t prepared him for the broader role he’d been asked to play in health care delivery. Through the MMHC program, he says, “I have acquired the skills to help solve complex business problems and make strategic organizational decisions. I can now speak the same language as our managers.”

Megan Lawrence

Assistant Professor of Strategic Management

A former head of quantitative consulting for the equity electronic trading group at Merrill Lynch, Megan Lawrence researches how firms select and implement new organizational and management practices.

By the numbers


The number of MMHC alums that indicated that they would definitely recommend this program to a friend or colleague.

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