The Heller School offers six graduate degree programs designed explicitly to bridge the gap between theory and practice in a stimulating and supportive learning environment.
Students at Heller may pursue a Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) in Social Policy, a Master of Arts (MA) degree in Sustainable International Development, a Master of Science (MS) degree in International Health Policy and Management, a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree in Nonprofit Management or a Master of Public Policy (MPP). Heller's newest degree program is the Master of Arts (MA) in Coexistence and Conflict.
In addition to its graduate degree-granting programs, the Heller School also offers to senior-level health care providers its exclusive Executive Leadership Program, an intensive week-long program in health policy and management.
Our goal is to prepare the next generation of scholars, policy analysts, managers, and public leaders to tackle society's most pressing social problems and work towards a future free of poverty, preventable disease, and environmental degradation.