Health Care UST MBA
Application & Admission
Who Should Apply
The Health Care UST MBA student body is a major strength of the program. We are seeking high-quality people from diverse academic backgrounds, job functions and employing organizations. Our students represent a broad cross-section of professionals that strive to be leaders in the delivery of health care services. You will gain a systematic understanding of the business of health care with cohort colleagues that represent all aspects of health care, including providers, health plans, suppliers, and government. Recent cohorts have included:
- Physician leaders
- Nurse managers
- Clinic and hospital administrators
- Finance professionals
- Health plan professionals
- Medical product and pharmaceutical professionals
- Mental health professionals
- Physical and occupational therapy professionals
- Dental professionals
- Other clinicians and professionals working throughout the health care system
50% men, 50% women
Average age: 39; Range: 26 - 60
Average work experience: 13 years
Student cohorts include clinicians and professionals working for providers, payers, biotech and pharmaceutical companies, mental health and community health organizations, government agencies, and more. On average:
20-40% are physicians
10-25% are nurses
20-40% work in the for-profit health care sector
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We have a rolling admissions process and begin one new cohort each September.
February 1 - Early application deadline to lock tuition at previous year's rate
May 1 - Priority application deadline for scholarship consideration
June 1 - Preferred application deadline*
*Applications arriving after June 1 are welcome and will be considered as space remains available in the incoming class.
For more information, contact us at (651) 962-4135 or email@example.com.
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Healthy Learning Environment
"I believe the mix of physicians and non-physicians is a very positive feature of the program. I valued the contributions of the M.D.s and the other health care professionals in my cohort. Input from varied backgrounds and experiences contributes to a healthy learning environment."
Robert Turngren '06 M.B.A., M.D., president, Meriter Medical Group