Medical Industry Leadership Institute Students
The Carlson School of Management and other colleges at the University of Minnesota offer a wide variety of courses intended to enhance understanding of the medical industry and to prepare students for successful and rewarding careers.
Earning a MILI specialization gives students opportunities to prepare for leadership track careers in functional areas of the medical industry including finance, marketing, consulting, operations, and information technology.
Medical Industry Curriculum
The Carlson School and other colleges at the University of Minnesota offer a wide variety of courses intended to enhance understanding of the medical industry and to prepare students for successful and rewarding careers.
Business Management Minor (ADD)
The Business Management Minor (BMM) is a free-standing graduate minor available to masters and doctoral students at the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities. A minimum of 8 credits (Masters students) or 12 credits (PhD students) must be completed in order for the minor to be awarded.
Non-MBA Graduate Students
Study with leading scholars engaged in cutting-edge research on topics of significant relevance to the medical industry in partnership with firms located in the Twin Cities and around the world. Develop skills and knowledge through supervised and hands-on experiential learning opportunities aimed at preparing graduates to hit the ground running in leadership tracks of premier firms.
Business of Healthcare Undergraduate Minor
The minor provides Carlson School undergraduate students the opportunity to gain additional skills that prepare them with a deeper knowledge of the medical industry. Students will be exposed to courses on healthcare marketplace, institutions, regulations, reimbursement, medical technology, and healthcare analytics. Watch the recorded Information Session or view the presentation slides.
Washington D.C. Spring Break Trip: Attendees will discover what goes on inside the government, learn from insiders about the activities of medical industry firms in DC, and network with leaders and staff focused on healthcare issues. Past visits have included US Department of Health and Human Services, Healthcare Leadership Council, Pfizer, UnitedHealth Group, National Economic Council, The Morning Consult, and more. Trips are typically 2.5 days over UMN spring break every March.
Business School Alliance for Health Management (BAHM) Annual Competition
The Business School Alliance for Health Management (BAHM) is an international consortium of 21 premier MBA programs dedicated to advancing thought leadership research and education in the global health sector. BAHM offers webinars on industry trends, the Health Management, Policy & Innovation Journal, an annual student case competition and more.