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Master healthcare leadership.

Drive innovation and change in your organization with an Executive MBA from Haslam.

The Executive MBA for Healthcare Leadership (EMBA-HL) at the Haslam College of Business equips you to become the driving force behind healthcare improvements and innovations within your organization – without putting your career on hold. As a student you will complete individual and team assignments focused on healthcare-specific examples of business strategies, which are immediately applicable to your organization. Expand your perspective by learning alongside industry professionals and immerse yourself in healthcare policy during a weeklong Healthcare Policy and Economics seminar in Washington, D.C.

Executive MBA for Healthcare Professionals
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Learn from healthcare professionals, faculty and policy makers.

Learn from diverse experts in the field who can combine the disciplines of business and medicine to address real-world challenges. Focus on finding solutions to common challenges executives share across all industries.

Expand your industry view and add value to your organization.

Enhance your business acumen, deepen your strategic decision-making capabilities and advance your leadership skills as it relates to the healthcare industry. Immediately apply what you’ve learned in the classroom to make a visible impact at your organization.

Do it all in 11 months with the Executive MBA for Healthcare Leadership at the University of Tennessee.

Students complete an MBA while continuing to work by combining distance learning and four, nine-day residence periods over the course of eleven months.