Brown University’s Executive Master of Healthcare Leadership is an interdisciplinary degree program that prepares leaders to transform healthcare.
This 16-month intensive degree program is designed for clinicians, executives, and senior administrators who have significant responsibility in the healthcare industry, including those from health care delivery, public health, drug and product manufacturing, health care consulting, health management systems, insurance, patient advocacy, and from legal, policy and regulatory settings. The program blends on-campus and online learning that allows participants to work full time while pursuing an advanced degree.
Participants in the program benefit from Brown’s strength in public health, public policy, health economics, and evidence-based medicine. They examine the conditions and limitations of the current healthcare system and confront the challenges of reformulating it. Progressing through the program as a cohort, highly accomplished participants contribute significantly to peer-to-peer learning while working closely with expert faculty.
In this cohort-based program, all students are expected to complete the program within the 16-month period during which it is offered. In order to successfully complete the program, students are expected to participate in all program activities both online and on campus, and to meet the academic standards by earning a grade of B or higher in every course.
Application Deadline: Rolling admission
GRE General: Not Required
GRE Subject: Not Required