For me, it took stepping away from Sage Hall to truly appreciate what I have learned there. I spent the summer working in hospital administration at a children’s hospital in Utah and am completing my Park project with a local non-profit.
According to Robert Karpman, MD, MBA, and director of the Dyson Business Minor for Life Sciences Majors, if you’re planning on a career in medicine, there is one subject you need to study on top of anatomy, biochemistry, and physics—business.
At the heart of our Executive MBA/MS in Healthcare Leadership program is a specialized curriculum that helps candidates strengthen their business skills and management capabilities as they relate to the healthcare industry.
Last summer, I had the opportunity to combine my experience in nursing with the business side of healthcare through my internship at Maternity Care Coalition (MCC), a nonprofit organization in Philadelphia, PA, focused on maternal and child healthcare.
After starting a company with a friend during his second year of medical school, Yates knew that he wanted his life and career to be built on more than just medicine.
The Social Impact Internship Fund provided me with the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to join Cleveland Clinic’s International Operations department and contribute to their global mission.
Looking to take the next step in your healthcare career? Learn about the types of students we’re looking for and how to craft a stand-out application.
As healthcare continues to evolve and change, leaders must be equipped with a business skill set in order to be effective—an MBA can be invaluable.