Vanderbilt offers highly customized career and professional coaching. We vet our students to ensure that we can help them pursue the healthcare careers they want. Small class sizes ensure that professors can address the needs of every student who wants to advance his or her career in healthcare. Students receive personal counseling and coaching on how to navigate this rapidly changing industry.Learn more
Healthcare Delivery Capital of the U.S.
Nashville is home to:
- A healthcare industry that generates more than $92 billion in revenue and 570,000 jobs
- Over 500 inter-state, national, and international healthcare companies
- Nearly 400 professional service firms providing expertise in the healthcare industry
- 18 publicly traded healthcare companies
- Over $1.6 billion of venture capital investment in local healthcare companies from 2005-2015
Students must understand how healthcare delivery works in order to improve it. Vanderbilt Business goes beyond the theory and policy of healthcare to expose students to the practice. Immersion weeks and capstone projects are just two examples of how Vanderbilt Business "delivers" real-world healthcare education.Learn More
Our innovative portfolio of healthcare programs helps our students find the ideal balance among professional, educational, and personal goals. Wherever you are in your career–and your life–there’s a Vanderbilt Business healthcare program that will help you accelerate your career.
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The Vanderbilt Master of Management in Health Care program
Our students pursue healthcare careers across a variety of disciplines within the healthcare delivery space. Through our Career Management Center and support from faculty and staff, students learn to navigate this complex industry and make meaningful contributions to it.
HEALTHCARE CAREERS Entrepreneurship
Vanderbilt Business healthcare programs have prepared countless alumni to impact the healthcare delivery space.
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