The Katz-UPMC Executive MBA in Healthcare (EMBA Healthcare) is designed for healthcare professionals who are seeking to advance their careers; it equips students with the skills and tools that they need to lead healthcare organizations into the future. It is designed for experienced professionals who are looking to take the next step in their careers. The University of Pittsburgh Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business and UPMC (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center) created the Katz-UPMC Executive MBA in Healthcare Program to prepare individuals to lead healthcare organizations. The program emphasizes the management and technical skills that healthcare professionals need the most.
The EMBA Healthcare Program begins in May and ends in December of the subsequent year. Students take 48 credits, including 36 credits in the core MBA curriculum, and 12 credits of electives and practicum. Students will meet once a month for two full-day sessions at the University of Pittsburgh’s campus. Some courses will be interspersed with guided study or distance learning.
For additional information, contact Leigh Zuccher, Associate Director Recruiting and Business Development, 513 Alumni Hall, Phone: 412-648-1607, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.emba.pitt.edu.