Plans for Fall 2020 at Heller

The Heller School will offer both online and hybrid instruction for the fall 2020 semester, with a focus on educational excellence and engagement. Hybrid courses will provide opportunities for both in-person and remote sessions, which may vary by course and over the duration of the semester. For more information, frequently asked questions and student resources for online learning, visit Heller's FAQ page.

Meet our Alumni

Nicole Rodriguez, MPP'14

Nicole Rodriguez, MPP'14, Research Director, New Jersey Policy Perspective

“When I was writing my policy reports and advocating at the Massachusetts State House, I had a jump-start because I had worked on these things in grad school. I actually used the reports I had written. It was a perfect transition into my professional policy life.”
Evan Hochberg, MMHS’96

Evan Hochberg, MMHS’96, President, Crown Family Philanthropies

“Heller helped me understand how you could make the world a better place by focusing on the intersection of strategy, management and policy. What I enjoyed the most was getting a hard business education in an environment where the professors, case studies and students were all focused on social impact. There was a whole ecosystem for people like me.”
Adeyemi Okunogbe, MS'12

Adeyemi Okunogbe, MS'12, Health Systems Specialist, RTI International

“When I came to Heller, my understanding and perspective on health was limited to diagnosing and treating human ailments. After I graduated, I had the framework and paradigms for thinking about health policy, global health and social justice.”
Heller Career Development

Research at Heller

Heller's 11 research centers and institutes bring in $14 million in grant-funded projects annually, focusing on pressing social policy issues such as the racial wealth gap, substance use disorder, disability rights and more. Research faculty are a key part of a Heller education—they teach courses, employ students as research assistants and provide mentoring.
Research Centers and Institutes