By Steven G. Ullmann, PhD
The University of Miami Health Care Executive MBA program is now ranked the number one Executive MBA in Health Care in the United States. As one of the very first business school-based health management programs in the country, the program proudly counts over 1,000 highly successful regional, national and global CEO’s, vice presidents, physicians, nurse executives, research directors, attorneys, entrepreneurs, and other professionals amongst its alumni. The program is one of only a handful of programs in the U.S. that has achieved dual accreditation; accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and The Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME). Further, the Miami Herbert Business School program is a member of the highly prestigious Business School Alliance for Health Management (BAHM), a select group of global business school-based programs that have met certain strict quality criteria.
The University of Miami is now proud to announce that it’s Master’s degree in Health Administration, MHA, has also achieved dual accreditation by AACSB and CAHME and joins the ranks of only a handful of universities nationally that have achieved dual accreditation. This program is focused on recent graduates and early career professionals from a variety of disciplines who are looking to enhance their knowledge and skill set in order to grow in the healthcare field.
Our research focused faculty, graduates from the very top Ph.D. programs in the field, are frequent contributors to the local, national, and global research journals and media, present their research all over the world and bring their cutting-edge research findings into the classroom. Guided by an Advisory Board made up of 25 regional, national and global health care leaders from the broad spectrum of the health care industry, our programs and our students are assured education and training that is truly cutting edge.
If additional information is desired on either of these two programs or other offerings of the Miami Herbert Business School, contact Kim Migoya, Director of Graduate Business Admissions and Recruitment, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (305) 284-2510.