MILI Certificate Program
The Carlson School's Medical Industry Leadership Institute (MILI) draws on the diverse expertise of University of Minnesota researchers working on the scientific, technical, legal, ethical, and entrepreneurial opportunities and problems in the global health care industry. MILI leverages Minnesota's concentration of top-tier companies to create the next generation of business leaders and policy makers in the medical field.
MILI's Executive Education program offers professionals the chance to hone their skillset, whether considering a shift in career concentration or simply keeping abreast of this dynamic, changing field. The curriculum is tailored for functional learning across areas. Students learn in intensive, collaborative environments, either taking on the challenge of earning a MILI Certificate or directing their study through one of a suite of signature courses. Executive participants can expect to get a sense of the scope and shape of the global health care landscape; engage in detailed analysis of specific topics, firms, and industry sectors; and work alongside peers, colleagues, and world-class academics in experiential learning projects with firms around the world.
Learners may enroll in one or more specific courses in order to deepen expertise in a specific area.
A MILI Certificate
A MILI Certificate is earned by taking one foundation course, The Health care Marketplace, coupled with two elective courses. Each course meets for 3+ hours, one night a week for eight weeks.
|Medical Device Industry: Business and Public Policy||Sept. 9-Dec 16, 2015|
|Healthcare Delivery Innovations: Optimizing Cost and Quality||Oct. 26-Dec 14, 2015|
|Information Technology in Healthcare||Oct. 27-Dec 15, 2015|
|The Healthcare Marketplace (Foundation Course)||Jan. 25-March 7, 2016|
|Medical Technology Evaluation and Market Research||Jan. 25-March2, 2016|
|Anatomy and Physiology for Managers||March 23-May 4, 2016|
|Pharmaceutical Industry: Business and Policy||March 23-May 4, 2016|
|Healthcare law and Management Impact||March 22-May 10, 2016|