The Vanderbilt Master of Business Administration (MBA) with a concentration in healthcare is a two-year, on-campus program designed for current healthcare professionals desiring business experience or those wanting to enter the healthcare business. Our MBA degree features a core foundation of general management courses, and the healthcare concentration can be paired with additional business concentrations. Some students pursue an MD/MBA joint degree. You can find out more about that in our course catalog. You might be asking, "Is an MBA worth it?" MBA salaries and MBA career paths often surpass those of non-MBA professionals, which more than offsets the cost of tuition. And Vanderbilt consistently places high in MBA rankings from the most trusted ranking institutions while still offering a truly unique Master of Business Administration program. Read more about our two-year MBA in The Vanderbilt Advantage.
In your course curriculum and outside of the classroom, you get the chance to be hands-on in the healthcare industry and issues.
A pillar of our leadership experience is our Leadership Development Program—a distinctive program that integrates the services of executive coaches with tools typically reserved for high-level execs at Fortune 500 companies.