Healthcare Management MBA

An MBA in Healthcare Management prepares students to make an impact in today’s complex, ever-changing U.S. healthcare landscape. Whether you’re interested in addressing racial, ethnic, or socioeconomic healthcare disparities or developing strategies for cost reduction, with a Healthcare MBA from Heller, you can contribute your expertise and insight as a researcher, policy analyst or advisor working for a government agency, nonprofit or consultancy.

The Schneider Institutes for Health Policy

Healthcare MBA students benefit from access to the Schneider Institutes for Health Policy, which include the Institute on Healthcare Systems, the Institute for Global Health and Development as well as the Institute for Behavioral Health. The Schneider Institutes conduct more than two-thirds of the outside-funded research at the Heller School and are the largest research institutes within Brandeis University, examining a variety of issues in the U.S. healthcare system, including access, quality, healthcare, delivery and utilization, and cost.

Course requirements

  • The successful completion of a Team Consulting Project (TCP) in which students consult on a significant management problem at a local health services organization.

Health Policy at Heller

Extending health care globally. Stemming the spread of HIV. Investigating ways to provide affordable care. Learn more.