Master of Management in Health Care Class Profile

Vanderbilt Master of Management of Health Care students represent a wide range of health care backgrounds.

Past participants have included managers of clinical employees, medical department directors, faculty, researchers, clinicians, physicians, nurses, service line leaders, practice leaders, chiefs of staff, department chairs and vice chairs, division chiefs, and others seeking career advancement in health care delivery organization.

Master of Management in Health Care Class of 2013

Class Size
29
Average Age
43
Average Years Work Experience
16
Advanced Degrees
35%
Full or Partial Tuition Sponsorship
96%
Women 62%
Men 38%
Under-represented minorities
10%

Over 50% of students supervise two or more people.


Organizations represented include hospitals, heath systems, academic medical centers, larger physician practices, clinics and health centers, long term care organizations, suppliers, technology vendors, payers, managed care organizations, pharmaceutical companies, and state and local government.