Part Time MBA
Healthcare is one of the fast-growing industry sectors in the world, and the Carlson School is situated amid a thriving community of medical organizations. The Carlson MBA Program offers a specialized curriculum, opportunities to partner with leading healthcare companies to solve real-world challenges, and unmatched access to a wide variety of medical industry employers.
Healthcare Career Opportunities
The following are among a wide array of employers that recruit Carlson MBA students for medical industry roles:
MEDICAL INDUSTRY COMPANIES
MEDICAL INDUSTRY CONSULTING
Carlson School graduates are leading flourishing careers at top companies:
Chairman and CEO, McKesson
The Carlson MBA program leverages expertise from across the University of Minnesota and the local healthcare business community to provide an up-to-the-minute curriculum relevant to the dynamic medical industry.
Dual Degree Opportunities
The Dual Degree program enables high-achieving students to develop sought-after business expertise that complements their graduate curriculum. Earn a Carlson School MBA in addition to the following degrees in less than two years of additional study.
- Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA)-MBA
Popular MBA Courses
- Medical Industry Valuation Laboratory (Experiential Learning)
- Medical Technology Evaluation & Market Research
- The Healthcare Marketplace
- Healthcare Delivery Innovations: Optimizing Cost and Quality
Professor, Director, Medical Industry Leadership Institute
- Mike Finch
Associate Professor, Medical Industry Leadership Institute
Healthcare Beyond the Classroom
The Carlson School offers a variety of clubs and organizations for students to explore healthcare beyond the classroom and expand their networks.
Medical Industry Leadership Institute Student Association (MILIsa)
MILIsa Student Association is laying the foundation for a new set of global medical industry leaders by developing and promoting a sustainable network of professionals, providing opportunities and exposure to current topics in the industry, and creating avenues for successful transition into this field.