Medical Industry MBA - China
The Medical Industry MBA program is designed to equip experienced professionals with knowledge and practical skills related to the management of the medical industry. Graduates from the program obtain an MBA degree from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. Classes are taught by preeminent faculty in the field who hold a strong commitment to teaching, learning, and research. A key component of the class will be the use of cases based on real issues facing well-known organizations and leaders. In addition, students conduct market assessments for new medical innovations through the Medical Industry Valuation Lab, helping assess new medical product ideas and streamlining the time to market.
Program at a Glance
The Medical Industry MBA program is tailored for experienced professionals with a solid management background of three or more years. Each application is meticulously evaluated, ensuring enrollment is limited to the most exceptional candidates who exhibit unwavering dedication to the program's academic rigor. Proficiency in English is a prerequisite for admission. To accommodate professionals' busy schedules and personal commitments, the program follows a flexible Friday-to-Sunday format once a month, enabling participants to effectively balance their full-time careers while pursuing their coursework.
Why the Medical Industry MBA?
The MIMBA program incorporates both the groundbreaking Medical Industry Valuation Lab and real-world case studies to offer a comprehensive learning experience. Through the Valuation Lab, students assess market viability for emerging medical innovations, expediting their time to market. Additionally, the program utilizes authentic cases that tackle challenges encountered by renowned organizations and leaders, fostering practical insights and critical thinking skills.
At the Carlson School, you'll learn from the best. Faculty and industry practitioners who teach medical industry specific courses are experts in the medical industry with academic teaching and research backgrounds.