The #1 Executive Health MBA
Executive MBA in Health Management and Policy
The healthcare industry makes up nearly 20% of the U.S. economy. That share is rapidly growing, making it crucial for healthcare executives and professionals to understand where business and healthcare intersect.
Earning your Executive MBA in Health Management and Policy from Miami Herbert Business School prepares you to successfully navigate critical challenges, inﬂuence policy, and lead value-based solutions, all while transforming the lives you touch.
No GMAT required. Medical doctors can apply for 25 AMA PRA Category 1 credits.
Renowned Business Education + World-Class Healthcare Faculty
Designed for working professionals, Miami's Executive MBA in Health Management and Policy is recognized globally for its unique curriculum combining a top-tier business education with a high-level understanding of how managerial, financial and leadership skills apply to the healthcare industry.
Top-ranked by U.S. News and World Report, HEMBA is one of only six U.S. programs that is accredited by or is a member of these three leading international academic organizations: the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME), and the Business School Alliance for Health Management (BAHM).
Move to the Next Level
100 percent of Miami Herbert Business School's Health Executive MBA students complete the program and are successfully employed within the healthcare industry during the program and upon graduation. During the program, you'll have the opportunity to build your network with a wide variety of healthcare leaders across a diverse mix of fields.
Student Titles During the Program
- Medical Doctor
- Financial Analyst
- General Manager
- Business Owner
Alumni Titles After the Program
- Chief Executive Officer
- Chief Medical Officer
- Head of Clinical Development
- Healthcare Consultant
- VP, Medical Affairs
- Head of Nursing
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